Quigonejinn’s Luther fanvid (warning for graphic blood) got me all jazzed about Luther again tonight!
Luther does some awesome things with composition and shot choice. The interrogation sequence is a pretty fun scene to pick at. At the beginning of the sequence Alice is screen left and Luther’s screen right, and all conventional film/tv composition rules apply. No breaking of the 180, characters pretty much stay on their respective sides of the screen. The turning point is when Luther deliberately yawns—all of a sudden they’ve swapped sides. When he leaves the room and then comes back, it initially reverts back to the same set-up as the beginning (Alice left, Luther right), but Luther’s crowding her space now. Luther says the word “suspect” and when it cuts to Alice the camera slowly begins to drift left—placing her on screen right. (i.e. the above) They’re both openly playing the game now, pushing at each other, testing, practically battling. This continues to the end, when the camera ends up in the wall, on the other side of the table—Alice is so creepily victorious that she broke the 180 rule!
EDIT: If you’d like to see the interrogation scene, the first season (six episodes) is up on Netflix instant watch!
We had a bunch of the dudes trying to do this pose in the hallway. It was great. :D
Found this sketch buried on my desktop. Done directly after seeing the episode last month (was it last month?). I know they should be wearing goatees, but…
+ OH YEAH Pierce comes back as a cyborg. Obviously. PUNCHKICKER.
Last night’s episode was so awesome. :””O FRIENDSHIP!
Oh geez send help I don’t think I can stop
Today I saw the preview for next week’s Adventure Time and I think my heart grew three sizes. Thank you, Rebecca Sugar and everyone at Adventure Time! I can’t wait to see the full episode!
Doodle before bed. I watched a few episodes of Luther after work today at Dafna’s recommendation. Ruth Wilson’s eyebrows… <3
A weeks-old WIP I will never finish. Sorry, Saito-san! You are still my favorite character in T&B.
More importantly, I’ve discovered that if I leave a question mark at the end of this post a magic ticky box will appear that allows people to answer?
I am like Leonardo daVinci when it comes to unfinished masterpieces, if Leonardo had a brain the size of a pea and fish for hands
I’m sorry, Professor
OK, one last addition to the nostalgia party! If I really love something, I usually set out to destroy it in some way—with grossness. I think it might be pretty evident how much I loved Professor Layton.
In my mess of a computer I unearthed this! Study/dev sketches for a fake-o Sherlock Holmes video game cover in the style of Professor Layton, done last summer I think. (You may have noticed these style-swapping shenanigans are kind of a THING for me. I have no idea why I find it so fun. BUT IT IS.)
I think I did some of this while livestreaming, which is probably where the weird comments came from. (Hi, LMC! :D)