Great method to counteract the bowing. I'm still using the same techniques you'd showed me 15 years ago to mount my photocopied drawings to masonite boards and it still works great for me.
I'm curious to find out how big the Schwarzchild radius of the black hole in the middle of that thing. Does anyone know what mass of the singularity in the middle of all that is supposed to be?
How did they get it under the shelter, put it onto something with wheels and roll it in?
Is this a CS6 capability? My CS3 doesn't seem to do it.
They replaced the matte shot of Picard overlooking the town. I wonder if the original elements to that were missing. The perspective was a bit off in places, the tops of buildings weren't lining up with the horizon line in some spots. I liked the older one better, more depth.
The bit with Alan Lee and John Howe...they're just having a bit of fun with the audience. They're working on two different drawings, but if you look close, they don't really merge up. The 3D red and blue drawing (which does work with glasses, BTW) was made up from just one of their drawings (looks like Howe's style).
It seems that syndicated reruns on Fox (Seattle) are now playing the non-Teardrop version. Too bad, I like the Massive Attack version better! I wonder if it was deemed too expensive to pay royalties (until kingdom come) for massively rerun episodes?