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Date Posted: Thu March 24, 2011 05:03:27
Author: Comicality
Subject: I can see that. But it's done for a comic book effect...
In reply to: TurtleBoy 's message, "Nuh-uh!" on Wed March 09, 2011 12:18:40

Like they did with "Dick Tracy" (Only used like 5 colors for the whole movie, I think). And "Tron". And "Roger Rabbit". It's a style thing, I guess.

Some directors put a lot of underlying thought into colors. It's really kinda fascinating. Like...in the "Matrix" movies...they used all Earth tones for the 'real' world, used blue for the 'machine' world, and green for being in the 'matrix' world. It's subtle, but when you notice it, it's like..."oh yeah". :P

And I won't even get into "Sin City" and "300"! Hehehe!

I wish I was that smart. I'd come up with something like that. :P

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