Тема: Big-atures
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Старый 18.09.2003, 16:32   #4 (permalink)
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Извиняюсь, но из технических соображений невозможно было добавить оригинал прямо к строкам. Русские разбивания фраз и таймингов не соответствуют английским, так как базировались на немецких субтитрах (немецкий язык ближе к русскому по длине слов и предложений, чем английский).

Вот оригинал Big-atures.

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When l saw <i>Lord of the Rings</i>
at the cinema...

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...nothing made my heart soar more,
from our work, than the miniatures.

3
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The beauty and the awesome size
and nature of the miniatures...

4
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...has given the film
a wonderful reality...

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...and firmly makes you feel as though
you've journeyed to Middle-earth.

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lt's quite remarkable. lt's a testament
to Richard Taylor's work...

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...and to Alex Funke's great miniature
photography and lighting...

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...that brings these sequences to life.

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You've got to have real film footage.

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You can use digital technology
to blend.

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Some things you have to do digitally,
like the cave troll.

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There's no other way to do it.

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But if possible, you want to photograph
an object and stick it into the shots.

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There's something special about using
miniatures that Peter loves.

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He wanted to do as much with
large miniatures as he could.

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And they're not sets, then there's
several ways you can do it.

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You could use matte paintings,
build them in a computer...

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...or you can build models.
l always tend to favor models.

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Because they're interactive,
they're user-friendly.

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l was able to move cameras
pretty freely in the miniatures.

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l wanted lots of shots
of these environments.

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The problem with shooting miniatures
really is, they're never big enough.

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The basic rule is, the bigger
the miniature, the more realistic.

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You can give it more detail and the
light behaves realistically in the set.

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The decision to build to a particular
scale is always driven by:

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''What can we get into it?''

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We built them huge because we wanted
them to stand up to a lot of scrutiny.

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lt was like it always had to be
this big.

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l hate heights, and we have to go up
scissor lifts.

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l says, ''Can't we do miniature
miniatures? Why do we do big-atures?''

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And that name-- They said,
''Big-atures?''

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l said, ''Yes, they're big, not little.

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l want to reach the top
without putting my life on the line.''

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l'm standing in the miniature
of Rivendell.

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This is probably the most specifically
Alan Lee-esque design on the film.

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We tried to compliment the original
drawings of Alan exactly...

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...as we designed and built
this miniature.

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This job was a model-maker's dream
in that we were very, very lucky...

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...to be trusted to build from Alan
Lee's and John Howe's drawing boards.

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We were encouraged to work that way
because there was nothing between...

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...the execution of the model
and the pencil marks on the page.

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One of the treats that came
as a byproduct...

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...out of the building of Rivendell
was, while we built it...

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...Alan Lee was so attached
to this miniature...

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...that he'd come down regularly
and work on it with us.

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And he got his paints out
and he painted some of the houses.

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He had great fun.
You couldn't get him out.

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We built it at such a small scale,
<i>24</i>th scale...

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...because originally this miniature
was only intended for a wide shot...

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...from the end of the valley,
looking down on the miniature.

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But what unfolded in the coming months
was that Peter envisioned shots...

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...where the miniature would be
more involving and utilized...

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...in the back of shot
to a greater degree.

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To that end, the camera got closer
and closer.

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Fortunately Mary Machlachlan
and John Baster...

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...had gone to a great deal of trouble,
even for the wide shot...

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...to get the detail that is now able
to stand up in close-up in the film.

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Chuck Schumann, who shot that,
did a brilliant job of working out...

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...matching the lighting of the
miniature to the live action lighting.

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And also, in many cases, the moves
had to be elaborately massaged to fit.

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ln many cases, there were
several layers of miniature...

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...stretching back in depth,
and they all had to be shot...

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...in different positions
and at different speeds.

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We very much wanted Lothlórien to feel
like this ethereal, Elven home...

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...up in the treetops
of these huge mallorns.

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That twinkling amongst the branches...

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...were these beautiful, almost dewdrop
spots of light...

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...that the whole place felt like it
was enriched with music and culture...

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...that this was the highest level
of cultural sophistication.

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lt has a very art nouveau feeling.

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l remember something Peter was
stressing that he wanted was...

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...the buildings should be like
flowers with dripping tendrils.

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Alan's drawing is just a vision
of this forest...

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...with 1 00s of houses in it,
and that's what we had to build.

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This was the most difficult miniature
that we built for <i>Lord of the Rings</i>.

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We built eight, <i>2</i>6-foot tall trees...

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...each one about five feet in
diameter, carved out of polystyrene...

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...with a huge steel structure inside
them, then skinned in urethane...

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...and carefully detailed
to look like bark.

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Each one had a huge spray
of branches...

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...twigs and leaves that created
the canopy of the top of the mallorns.

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We created a model, which was just a
canvas for the shooting crew to light.

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Then it went to the next level.
They bathed it in this beautiful...

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...ethereal quality.

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lt was shot in very heavy smoke
because it's a mysterious...

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...very environmental place.

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lt's built in the trees, Elven flats.
These art nouveau buildings...

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...suspended with walkways
between them...

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...and 1 00s and 1 00s of light bulbs,
1 00s and 1 00s of Christmas lights...

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...in the distance where you see
them as points of light.

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The whole goal here was to create
as much depth as possible.

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We only had eight trees
but it had to look like a forest.

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So we had to shoot them,
change their positions...

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...shoot them again,
change their positions again...

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...and then stack them up
so you have...

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...eight times three, <i>24</i> trees,
instead of eight.

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This is what you do
to try to tie things together.

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Once you're about <i>2</i>0 feet up,
you're into the miniature...

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...and you continue up
where it disappears into smoke.
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