Monthly Archives: September 2010

10 Chosen Scenes from Frankenstein (1910) and White Zombie (1932)

There are three scenes from Frankenstein, and seven scenes from White Zombie. This scene is from Frankenstein. I think it looks interesting because it has foreground, middle ground, and background. Moreover, the line of the wall is almost parallel with … Continue reading

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5 chosen scenes from The cabinet of Dr.Caligari (by Cheewapong)

In this scene, the face is going very well with the half-circular frame and also the face looks very mysterious. When I first looked at this scene, I think that this type of face and frame effect can be used … Continue reading

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5 chosen scenes from Nosferatu (by Cheewapong)

I like this scene because I can feel that the character feeling something by first time look at it. Beside composition of the scene, this type of bed is really catching and get my attention when I first looked at … Continue reading

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References-Fern

Scene1: The scene from page 56..not in the heaven or in the hell..where all zombies sit doing nothing and waiting to be rotten. The colour should be dull and dark. there should not have any light source from the top…but … Continue reading

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References for Selected Scenes (By Bing)

Scene1: Sombat entering the tunnel. In my opinion, I think the zombie world should look like a rocky desert with desaturated color and dark sky. Also, I think there is no building or plant in this world. However, zombies wear … Continue reading

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Reference images (by Cheewapong)

1st scene: zombie world (Sombut first arrived at zombie world) This is the reference image for the zombie, when Sombut is first arrived. The place that he first arrive will look like a theatre or opera ground where others zombie … Continue reading

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German Expressionism

Reference (mostly) from the film “The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari” by Robert Weine

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