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Modeling Theater Sets with POV-Ray (Part 3)

This post is part of a how-to series for using POV-Ray to model theater sets. Here are links to Part 1 and Part 2. In part 3 I talk about techniques for creating images from the model that can be … Continue reading

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Modeling Theater Sets with POV-Ray (Part 2)

In part one we saw how to setup a basic scene with POV-Ray and render it to an image. We also declared a bunch of standard size scenery flats for use in modeling our set. Oh, and I warned there … Continue reading

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Modeling Theater Sets with POV-Ray

I got a lot of compliments about the computer model I built for Harvey’s set and a few people asked me how I did it. My way is a bit computer geek intense, so I don’t recommend you do it … Continue reading

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Harvey

I’ve been helping the Foothills Community Players with their production of Harvey. You know, that old Jimmy Stewart movie? Well, Harvey was a play first. I helped design and build the set. The stage at The Capitol Theater presented some … Continue reading

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Positation

I used the word ‘positation’ a while back and the other person in the conversation had never heard of it. I had an inkling that it either came from a theater experience or brainstorming techniques, because it means always encouraging … Continue reading

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Two comps for PCS Reckless on Jan 11

I have 2 comp tickets for Reckless, the show I’m stage managing for Players’ Club o’ Swarthmore, for opening night, Jan 11. Any takers?

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Elocution

I really love this tongue-twister the director at PCS uses as part of vocal warmup. Amidst the mists and coldest fiercest frosts, With barest wrists and stoutest boasts, He thrusts his fists against the posts, And still insists he sees … Continue reading

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