JCH Digital Designs - A Pleasantville Scene

A Pleasantville Scene

Description of artwork:
Based on an idea from the movie, Pleasantville. In the movie, the issue of racism was turned around: the black & white characters were turning color... and some people weren't happy about it!

Rendered in Poser, and composited in Photoshop. This image required 2 renders: one for the "background" (which was converted to grayscale) and a second render for the color figure. Both renders were combined in Photoshop to produce the final image.

  • Black & white guys: Poser 4 Casual Male
  • Color guy: Mike with Wonderwedge hair and Mike clothing.
  • Building found on Renderosity.
  • To purchase Pleasantville on DVD, go to Amazon.com

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