Using the "Good Night and Good Luck" script, production designer James Bissell modeled the entire studio set in SketchUp. All sets and camera angles were pre-visualized with this dynamic 3D modeling tool. The final movie maintains the integrity of the virtual sets designed in SketchUp.
"I've used SketchUp to design movie sets for almost two years, and I love the ease with which I can add to an existing design," said Bissel. "Making quick edits is crucial to the movie production process and this software delivers on its promise of ease and accessibility."
To view SketchUp images from "Good Night & Good Luck," please go to: www.sketchup.com/goodnightgoodluck.
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