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Old 03 March 2014   #31
Originally Posted by WyattHarris: She's actually developed a bit over the series. In the first game she comes at Batman with a flurry of fancy acrobatics to which he smacks her once and throws her in a cage. Then she goes crazy (well more crazy) in that DLC and becomes like a little Joker.

Maybe they are setting her up to be the lead dog this time. Me thinks no but it would be cool.


Scarecrow is the lead villain in Arkham Knight.
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Old 03 March 2014   #32
Originally Posted by LuckyBug: I thought that it is common knowledge that you should scale down head if you watch human from lower angle.


What if you're shooting a photo?
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Old 03 March 2014   #33
You can change the lens.
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Old 03 March 2014   #34
Quote: I wonder why the lighting feels like our stuff


It was the very first shots, with the city and the kid being dragged by that guy that made me think of digic.
It's got the typical mid day sun burn heavy contrast look that i've seen in many of your trailers.
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Old 03 March 2014   #35
Originally Posted by oktawu: It was the very first shots, with the city and the kid being dragged by that guy that made me think of digic.
It's got the typical mid day sun burn heavy contrast look that i've seen in many of your trailers.


Strange... I admit our director has a preference for the strong sun lighting you mention - but in the Batman cinematic, it's always nighttime, and the kid is lit by a floodlight from a helicopter instead.
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Old 03 March 2014   #36
Originally Posted by LuckyBug: You can change the lens.


Can't you do that in CG?
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Old 03 March 2014   #37
Every form of cheat is valid as long as it looks good, not sure what are you trying to prove here though.
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Old 03 March 2014   #38
Originally Posted by Laa-Yosh: Strange... I admit our director has a preference for the strong sun lighting you mention - but in the Batman cinematic, it's always nighttime, and the kid is lit by a floodlight from a helicopter instead.


You are correct, in context, but in-frame the entire frame was bright, including elements deeper in the frame and into the horizon, so it looked like a summer's day.

But that's just detail.
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