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IF PJ fix red book scene in Rivendell for continuity, how should he do it?

Oscarilbo
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Jan 8 2013, 3:25pm


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IF PJ fix red book scene in Rivendell for continuity, how should he do it? Can't Post

Hi guys... I was thinking about the scene in FOTR where Bilbo shows his Red Book to Frodo in Rivendell, and how it doesn't match what we see in AUJ, neither descriptions nor drawings.

So... IF PJ decides to match and fix it, how should he do it?

1. Replacing text and drawing using CGI, or ...
2. Film the matching book reproducing the same shots and angles and using similar hands for them, as both book and hands turning the pages is what we see in those shots.

what would you prefer ?

"The World is Changed, I feel it in the water. I feel it in the earth. I smell it in the air"

(This post was edited by Oscarilbo on Jan 8 2013, 3:29pm)

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IF PJ fix red book scene in Rivendell for continuity, how should he do it? Oscarilbo Send a private message to Oscarilbo Jan 8 2013, 3:25pm
    Personally, I think they should just leave it alone. DanielLB Send a private message to DanielLB Jan 8 2013, 4:04pm
    i was gonna post about this Barrow-Wight Send a private message to Barrow-Wight Jan 13 2013, 10:49pm
    first draft versus finished product?. weaver Send a private message to weaver Jan 17 2013, 12:20am
        yeah... Oscarilbo Send a private message to Oscarilbo Jan 17 2013, 2:34pm

 
 
 

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