Feb 5 2009

Board Oscar 2008 for Johnny

What a nice suprise!
My little project Johnny didn’t Come Back
won the Board Oscar 2008 of the German AFD Forum.

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My works Ed Wood and Dr. Van Helsing were under the nominees as well. See all the nominees here.
That was already my second board oscar. In 2007 I won it for my Khmer Temple
Thank you very much.


Dec 31 2008

My Fave pictures 2008

Entering the top ten with the places 10 – 6.

10. Alfred Hitchcock – “Psycho Clapper Board”

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this picture is based on a PR picture of Alfred Hitchcock. The text on the clapper board was done in postproduction. It was part of the original promotion photo. I took the picture in the office of the “Old Fashioned Room” set.

9. Quint – Jaws -”Little White Shark”

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One more picture of Quint on the beach. The sky was exchanged in postproduction, of course. The new sky gives a dramatic look to the scene.

8. Ed Wood -”Angora Sweater”

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This picture was inspired by the Ed Wood movie poster. The angora sweater was colored in postproduction. Good match of the mood I think.

7. Ray

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This was a sidekick of the Quint pier shooting. Its a Schleich animal. Doesn’t it look like a real ray? The shells in the picture are real little shells. The starfishes are made from Fimo

6. Ed Wood – “Plan 9 from Outer Space”

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One more Ed Wood picture, shot on the cemetery location. I like the use of the Bela Lugosi Dracula figure as Dr. Tom, pretending to be Bela Lugosi ;-)


Sep 7 2008

Ed Wood Update

You might remember, two month ago I published some pictures about the Tim Burton movie “Ed Wood” starring Johnny Depp as Ed Wood. Ed was shooting his movie “Plan 9 From Outer Space” in my cemetery diorama.
Now I did a little update, dealing with Ed’s obsession for angora sweater.

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Jul 4 2008

Ed Wood

Here are the last pictures of the cemetery shootings.
Johnny Depp as Edward D. Wood Jr. in the Tim Burton movie Ed Wood

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The Johnny Depp head sculpt was done by Chan Ada. I don’t know from which film the reference pictures for this sculpt were, but I think it makes a good Ed Wood, even though the haircut does not exactly match the character. For this setting I made an old-fashioned movie camera and a boom.
For the optic parts I used some 1/6 parts from my “bits an bobs box”. In a do-it-yourself store I bought two Aluminium and a plastic tube and in a H0-Modellshop I got two small plastic tubes and a small hexagon. The rest is made out of household garbage.

In the scene Ed is shooting his movie “Plan 9 From Outer Space”