Le petit vélo - Building the set

Hi Publish0x !

Two days ago a wrote This post about my work on the shooting or our short movie. Yesterday my job was totally different.

While the first time I was under the sun which was burning my skin, here I was in a studio, trying to build the set.

I have to tell you that when I came to the studio, there was a lot of work left to do. We needed to dislocate pallets to use the wood to create walls.

When I arrived we were here : 


It took us more than 4 hours of hitting, screwing, painting, lifting, pushing, cutting, brooming, placing and lighting, we started to have something great.

The wall were really heavy, to life it we had to be at least 4 persons for the heaviest one. More than the weight, it was really shaking so we had to grab it carefully to not break it. 

With some full bags of strawn we succeed to do what we wanted : 


We just needed to add some garlands and we had what we wanted. It was a little long for this because there were a lot of knots in it. 

With a lot of work, chorechaphy and heat, we finally made it. And it looks way better than I initially tought.

During the shooting I made some photos you can see this one : 


And I have a screenshot of the image shot by the camera, it is really good but with the screenshot and the compression it's difficult to see how beautiful it is in real : 


More than that this is before all the lights are on but I was really tired when I screenshot this ans the shooting isn't finished now.

I can't wait to show you the result, and I hope this will be really great ! 

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I'm studying editing in school, and I am a huge fan of cryptocurrency. I am looking for the best ways to ally cinema and blockchain.

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