The story I had drawn in last year,for a dwarf fanbook.
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Honest to god if HTTYD 2 doesn’t win the Oscar next year Imma have to kill a bitch
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I DID NOT KNOW THAT THIS EXISTS
HOLY SHIT THIS IS BEAUTIFUL
I almost refreshed my dash a second ago. I almost refreshed my dash a second ago and missed this.
OH MY GOD
Half-Blood Prince concept art | Adam Brockbank | Harry Potter: Page To Screen
perspective is everything
It took me like 16 tries to figure out what I was looking at.
Falling through the trapdoor: Behind the Scenes shooting of the stunt v. Final Version.
The Appendices to the Extended Edition of An Unexpected Journey has a long segment on the shooting of the stunt of the dwarves and Bilbo falling through the trapdoor into the goblin tunnels. It was such a complicated and dangerous stunt that they did only one take of it. If you look at that take you can see Bofur at the far end of the cave and Bilbo (stunt double) at the near end. But in the movie, just before the trap door opens Bilbo has tried to sneak out of the cave and Bofur has tried to stop him. They talk about homesickness and the dwarves not having a home. Bilbo and Bofur are therefore standing at Bofur’s end of the cave and very close together when the trapdoor opens.
So Bilbo is likely CGI in the final shot. But more interestingly, this change tells us that their conversation was a pick-up and not in the original script. This exchange between the two of them is a very important scene in the movie. It helps explain why Bilbo is so loyal to the dwarves and it sets up the scene after the escape from the tunnels when Bilbo pledges to help them find their home. We also know that Bilbo saving Thorin from Azog’s henchman later in the movie is also a pick-up (and so the scene when Thorin tells Bilbo he’s never been so wrong in his life must be one, too). It’s almost as if Peter and the other writers don’t quite know what’s important to the movie until they begin editing their footage from principal photography.