jurassiraptor:

The Lost World: Jurassic Park village models
For The Lost World: Jurassic Park, an extensive raptor sequence including a chase through the abandoned worker village was planned for the third act, but was cut back in favor of the San Diego ending. Scale models of the entire village were designed and created though, and model maker Greg Aronowitz details the process (as well as his experience working with Steven Spielberg on other films, as well) on his blog.
Thanks fromdirectorstevenspielberg for the original post. jurassiraptor:

The Lost World: Jurassic Park village models
For The Lost World: Jurassic Park, an extensive raptor sequence including a chase through the abandoned worker village was planned for the third act, but was cut back in favor of the San Diego ending. Scale models of the entire village were designed and created though, and model maker Greg Aronowitz details the process (as well as his experience working with Steven Spielberg on other films, as well) on his blog.
Thanks fromdirectorstevenspielberg for the original post. jurassiraptor:

The Lost World: Jurassic Park village models
For The Lost World: Jurassic Park, an extensive raptor sequence including a chase through the abandoned worker village was planned for the third act, but was cut back in favor of the San Diego ending. Scale models of the entire village were designed and created though, and model maker Greg Aronowitz details the process (as well as his experience working with Steven Spielberg on other films, as well) on his blog.
Thanks fromdirectorstevenspielberg for the original post. jurassiraptor:

The Lost World: Jurassic Park village models
For The Lost World: Jurassic Park, an extensive raptor sequence including a chase through the abandoned worker village was planned for the third act, but was cut back in favor of the San Diego ending. Scale models of the entire village were designed and created though, and model maker Greg Aronowitz details the process (as well as his experience working with Steven Spielberg on other films, as well) on his blog.
Thanks fromdirectorstevenspielberg for the original post. jurassiraptor:

The Lost World: Jurassic Park village models
For The Lost World: Jurassic Park, an extensive raptor sequence including a chase through the abandoned worker village was planned for the third act, but was cut back in favor of the San Diego ending. Scale models of the entire village were designed and created though, and model maker Greg Aronowitz details the process (as well as his experience working with Steven Spielberg on other films, as well) on his blog.
Thanks fromdirectorstevenspielberg for the original post. jurassiraptor:

The Lost World: Jurassic Park village models
For The Lost World: Jurassic Park, an extensive raptor sequence including a chase through the abandoned worker village was planned for the third act, but was cut back in favor of the San Diego ending. Scale models of the entire village were designed and created though, and model maker Greg Aronowitz details the process (as well as his experience working with Steven Spielberg on other films, as well) on his blog.
Thanks fromdirectorstevenspielberg for the original post. jurassiraptor:

The Lost World: Jurassic Park village models
For The Lost World: Jurassic Park, an extensive raptor sequence including a chase through the abandoned worker village was planned for the third act, but was cut back in favor of the San Diego ending. Scale models of the entire village were designed and created though, and model maker Greg Aronowitz details the process (as well as his experience working with Steven Spielberg on other films, as well) on his blog.
Thanks fromdirectorstevenspielberg for the original post.

jurassiraptor:

The Lost World: Jurassic Park village models

For The Lost World: Jurassic Park, an extensive raptor sequence including a chase through the abandoned worker village was planned for the third act, but was cut back in favor of the San Diego ending. Scale models of the entire village were designed and created though, and model maker Greg Aronowitz details the process (as well as his experience working with Steven Spielberg on other films, as well) on his blog.

Thanks fromdirectorstevenspielberg for the original post.

jurassiraptor:

Jurassic Park
An illustrative tribute to the iconic feature by Tom Mac

  1. Camera: Canon EOS 5D Mark II
  2. Aperture: f/11
  3. Exposure: 1/50th
  4. Focal Length: 70mm
locutieofborg:


cloven:

At this point you should probably not be surprised by the things I do, let’s be real here.

So do I have to wait until the shirts are printed or can I get a pre-order
locutieofborg:


cloven:

At this point you should probably not be surprised by the things I do, let’s be real here.

So do I have to wait until the shirts are printed or can I get a pre-order
locutieofborg:


cloven:

At this point you should probably not be surprised by the things I do, let’s be real here.

So do I have to wait until the shirts are printed or can I get a pre-order
locutieofborg:


cloven:

At this point you should probably not be surprised by the things I do, let’s be real here.

So do I have to wait until the shirts are printed or can I get a pre-order

locutieofborg:

cloven:

At this point you should probably not be surprised by the things I do, let’s be real here.

So do I have to wait until the shirts are printed or can I get a pre-order

jasonfnsaint:

Filming for Jurassic World has completed, in case you’re wondering why I’m so fucking giddy today.

mdvartistry:

Jurassic Park toilet scene (Prismacolor markers + ink)

by Mieke De Vlieger