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Plane Crash Vig
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Some forced perspective use and a sad storyline. Quick vignette I built in about 30 minutes.
About this creation


"Jerry Newman. Age 43. Occupation: Pastor for Kansas City Baptist Church. Was on flight to New York for a family visit. Questioning reports:
'I still have trouble believing what happened myself.



All I remember was the plane jolting around, like in turbulence. But the plane was nearly flipping upside down. I looked out of the window, and the left engine was on fire!



A section of the wing broke off and cut through half of the fuselage like a knife through butter. I was maybe 5 rows in front of it. After that, air started getting sucked out, and we dropped like a stone in water. I remember my seat suddenly lifting up and the next thing I knew, I was outside. I kept blacking out, but it seemed we were very close to a hilly countryside.



I splashed into a pond, and got out of my seat. I saw the plane make an emergency landing, which didn't turn out so well. The left wing broke as it came down and skidded across about a mile or two of grass. I sat on that hill, and looked over it all. And I prayed. I prayed for those that died, that those that possibly lived, and I prayed that many would have survived. After that, you guys came and got me.'


End report. Extra Notes:
He doesn't know that he was the only survivor. We will have to tell him. When, though, that is the question."




The countryside. You can effectively see forced perspective here.



Jerry Newman. He will never be the same again. Poor little soul.



The plane. After I had photographed it all, I realized I had made two right wings. *facepalm*



I'm pretty proud with how it all turned out.



A few extra shots, showing the FP.



4th Wall: I got a new camera for Christmas, and this was the first time I used it for Lego. I was a little hurried in the photos and the background, which is my couch. I'll try to make better pictures and....backgrounds. But for now, I'm pretty happy with my camera.

Reviews are nice, and ratings are appreciated. Critiques are always welcomed. I always want to get better. Thanks for viewing!



Comments

 I made it 
  September 21, 2014
Quoting Jedi/Dark Mercenary Kydan Witress In all honesty, a little more detail in the scene would do great wonders, such as flowers, grass, smoke or something that gives it a natural feeling. However, I still like this. The story log for this really captures what happening. In all, good job :)
Thanks man! Yeah, if I do something like this again, it'll have a lot more detail.
Quoting David . Looks good! In the future I'd make the plane a bit bigger so we can really tell what we're looking at. :)
Thanks! Yeah, the plane wasn't the best (understatement) and it should have had a small bit more detail.
 I like it 
  September 5, 2014
Looks good! In the future I'd make the plane a bit bigger so we can really tell what we're looking at. :)
 I like it 
  August 29, 2014
In all honesty, a little more detail in the scene would do great wonders, such as flowers, grass, smoke or something that gives it a natural feeling. However, I still like this. The story log for this really captures what happening. In all, good job :)
 I made it 
  August 23, 2014
Quoting Hayden . Its little bit blocky
Yeah, I didn't really spend too much time on this.
 I like it 
  August 23, 2014
Its little bit blocky
 I made it 
  August 22, 2014
Quoting Magma ! On the main picture the figure is blurry and the crashed plane is in focus. Try doing it the opposite way. It'll be a more realistic forced perspectived. But still a good job.
Thanks!
 I like it 
  August 22, 2014
On the main picture the figure is blurry and the crashed plane is in focus. Try doing it the opposite way. It'll be a more realistic forced perspectived. But still a good job.
 I made it 
  August 4, 2014
Quoting Dominik the Builder Great job and a great/sad story!
Thanks!
 I like it 
  August 4, 2014
Great job and a great/sad story!
 
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