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DOI: 10.31921/doxacom
Issue number: 22, January-June 2016

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Darío Lanza Vidal Universidad Rey Juan Carlos (dario@dariolanza.com)
Title Matte painting across the different film models Summary Matte painting is a special effects technique used for the creation of simulated sets by the means of combination of a filmed plate and a piece of painting. Given that since the birth of cinema it has been a frequent resource used on very different narrative models, we could ask whether it has experienced different interpretations from the different film models or if, otherwise, it has been applied in a more or less uniform fashion by then all. How the classical, baroque, modern, post-modern and the current digital neo-baroque film models have interpreted this special effect? The results of this work clearly show how each film model has shaped their paintings according to its particular conception of space and scene. Keywords Matte painting, film model, classical, baroque, post.modern, neo-baroque.

 

doi: https://doi.org/10.31921/doxacom.n22a5

 

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