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IMG_5952 IMG_5953 IMG_5954 IMG_5955An Awesome Gundam, Diorama by Wang Zhang Wu Called “40th ANNIVERSARY OF THE ONE YEAR WAR” I love the lighting effect from colour to black and white, its quality!!

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Reecius
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7 years ago

Why does he fade it form Black and White to color?

Arturius
Arturius
7 years ago
Reply to  Reecius

Because he can 🙂

Reecius
Admin
7 years ago
Reply to  Arturius

Lol, fair play! haha

Arrias
Arrias
7 years ago
Reply to  Reecius

I think to give it a historical feel. Like a re-colored war photograph. It’s a beautiful effect really.

Wrath
Wrath
7 years ago
Reply to  Arrias

yea that looks like what is going on. If you notice the guy being interviewed is B&W and the wounded pilot is color and both have a missing arm. Seems like he is remembering the past so it is more vibrant that his present self. I really like this piece.

Reecius
Admin
7 years ago
Reply to  Wrath

Ahhh…yeah, maybe that is it, it is a remembrance, that makes sense. Cool!

Reecius
Admin
7 years ago
Reply to  Arrias

Yeah, it must be a theme of some sort, like past to modern, or something.

DCannon4Life
DCannon4Life
7 years ago

Perhaps the camera/documentary crew is present time and the pilot being helped out is in the past (& ‘present)?

Reecius
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7 years ago
Reply to  DCannon4Life

Yeah, i was thinking something like that, too. It’s interesting, there must be a story behind that.

Hugz4Genestealers
Hugz4Genestealers
7 years ago

This is incredibly well done. I LOVE the war vet reminiscing to the camera crew about his fight, and the past/present black-white contrast. Fantastic!

TinBane
TinBane
7 years ago

The Gundam timeline spans a heap of years.
It’s a documentary crew, visiting the site of a destroyed Gundam.
It looks to me, like the black and white gundam is less weathered than the colour version, and the scorch marks from battle damage are more visible. The colour cliffs are overgrown with vines, while the black and white cliff is relatively clear of them?

Perhaps the war vet is grey, because he is remembering the past, and the injured pilot is colour because it’s the war vet? He’s lost in remembering the past?

Beautiful work!

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