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#1274930
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The Prequel Radical Redux Ideas Thread
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Something I rendered a while back but never uploaded:

https://streamable.com/g8kgm

There’s some weird slowdown stuff happening with it, ignore it.

Quick trims and neat scene transitions are everywhere to hurry this damn movie up. There’s a lot of little ideas you might notice. (Yoda doesn’t speak, for instance. When I was editing this I was toying around with removing him from the movie.)

If I were to edit this again, I’d put the Palpatine conference scene after the council scene, before transitioning back to Padme’s apartment.

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#1274251
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STAR WARS: EP VI -RETURN OF THE JEDI &quot;REVISITED EDITION&quot;<strong>ADYWAN</strong> - <strong>NOW IN PRODUCTION</strong>
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timdiggerm said:

The Real Monroville said:

LOCATION OF THE EMPERORS TOWER:
Having the tower in some non descript place on the Death Star felt out of place in JEDI. If the man is going to create a “high tower” to gloat over his enemies, I would imagine he would pick a place where he could not only see the battle with the most clarity, but also a place that would be highly protected. What if the Emperor’s tower was at the center of the laser dish array? Imagine the panic on Luke’s face (and our own) if you could see either the beams or even just the green of the beams outside the Emperor’s window as Luke fought Vader (so he/we are constantly reminded of the short amount of time Luke has to stop the Emperor).

Isn’t it just at the north pole of the DSII? That’s not exactly nondescript.

The movie does nothing to convey this, unfortunately.

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#1273812
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The Prequel Radical Redux Ideas Thread
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A big problem the prequels have aesthetically is the ‘cleanliness’ of environments. Temples that have existed for thousands of years feel like they have a cleaning crew of millions just to keep everything looking squeaky clean. A big part of the charm of Star Wars is the grimy, lived-in feel.

Here’s an attempt to add texture to the boring temple:

cool

http://www.framecompare.com/image-compare/screenshotcomparison/YGD7NNNX