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Nosferatu
I'm having fun recreating these old movies. This is from F W Murnau's 1920s silent film Nosferatu, eine Symphonie des Grauens. I caution small children, some of the images are a bit frightening.
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  October 17, 2010
Can't think of a better anniversary MOC than showing what you've learned.
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  October 17, 2010
Quoting Tom Simon The build is lovely, of course, but I find myself overcome with envy at the lighting and photography. I frustrate myself just trying to get barely decent plain shots.
Thanks! I'm a film-maker at hearts so I see the world as though its a scene of a movie, so photography comes naturally... This was way back in the day when I only had my cell-phone to take photos with. If I had your building skill combined with what I can fake and hide with photography and lighting, well I'd take over the world! I've been meaning to revisit some of these old mocs now that my building skill has improved, and try them again to see what I can produce... maybe I'll try that instead for my 1st anniversary moc... my other idea fell flat yesterday. TOO ambitious...
 I like it 
  October 17, 2010
The build is lovely, of course, but I find myself overcome with envy at the lighting and photography. I frustrate myself just trying to get barely decent plain shots.
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  August 14, 2010
Very good! Check out my Nosferatu custom minifig.
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  February 25, 2010
Quoting I like Waffles What cell phone is that? That is an amazing cell phone. Do you have photoshop?
LG KU990. No I don't have photoshop.
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  February 25, 2010
What cell phone is that? That is an amazing cell phone. Do you have photoshop?
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  February 24, 2010
Quoting Christian Schlichting That's not made by a cheap digital cam, or?
Are you asking what I used to take the pics? All my photos are taken with my cell phone. It was an expensive cell phone tho...
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  February 24, 2010
Maybe not accurate to the movie but the movie was a not accurate ripp-off of the dracula story ;) I really love your perfect visual work. That's not made by a cheap digital cam, or?
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  January 24, 2010
CCOL! I like how it's black and white.
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  January 23, 2010
Everyone's a critic! Look guys, Nosferatu was getting sick and tired of hearing 'Hey Baldy' and 'Look, it's Mr. Clean', so he picked up the phone and called the Hair Club For Men. He's not just a client, he ate the president. As for the cape, you're all just jealous. Love the camera work and the mood is perfect. Now, add some more building and this has the making of a wonderful series.~H
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  January 22, 2010
Wow, the pictures are terrific!
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  January 22, 2010
I love it, wonderful camera work it captures it perfectly.
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  January 22, 2010
Very nicely done! I love the sepia effect. I know someone mentioned this and you responded, but Nosferatu was bald and didn't wear a cape, so maybe you should rename this Dracula.
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  January 22, 2010
Quoting Sgt Jade Perfect 5/5! You've captured scenes of the movie so well. The shadows were dead on! Great job! (btw, that vamp minifig is worth a pretty penny)
Yes, it is my favourite fig in my collection. I have a battle with myself every moc I do to not place him lurking in the background somewhere...
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  January 22, 2010
Quoting Ed Bangor Maybe I'm to much of a purist, but Count Orlock was bald. Points for the lighting effects, though. Still, the thing feels more like Béla Lugosi than Max Schreck. 4/5.
Absolutely he was bald. Bald and ugly with long fingernails and no cape... he was also not made out of lego. My work tends to be 3% inspiration and 97% artistic licence. Also I just love that Dracula minifig too much!
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  January 22, 2010
AIGH MOMMY!!! JK This is very good, I like the build, nice job!
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  January 22, 2010
Maybe I'm to much of a purist, but Count Orlock was bald. Points for the lighting effects, though. Still, the thing feels more like Béla Lugosi than Max Schreck. 4/5.
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  January 22, 2010
Excellent lighting again! As Mark stated, great use of shadows. I would have liked to see ol Drac's mouth open in the last shot, but a very, very good MOC!
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  January 22, 2010
Now there's a proper vampire! Mr. Cullen just doesn't measure up to Vampires like this one. Great series of vigs. I haven't seen the movie yet, but this is pretty convincing! I really like your photography for this one as well because it feels like one of those old horror movies. Great work!
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  January 22, 2010
This does a really nice job of capturing the starkness, and the creepy shadowing effects of the original black and white film. I've often thought of doing a series of dios, in sepia or black and white, of the old moster classics. LOVE it!!!
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  January 22, 2010
Quoting robert ball Imminently frightful! I've only seen clips now and then of that great classic, but to me THAT was the ultimate vampire. He - it - was scary, as vampires should be. Great Moc.
Thanks! I agree he was the most creepy of all. Max Shrek played the horrific "Count Orlof" and there was some question at the time if he was actually a real vampire.
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  January 22, 2010
Imminently frightful! I've only seen clips now and then of that great classic, but to me THAT was the ultimate vampire. He - it - was scary, as vampires should be. Great Moc.
 
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