Thanks for visiting my blog Tim, I`ve looked yours over too and think you`re one talented guy. Those sets for your film take me back to my teens in S. Calif. I spent a lot of weekends in Yucca Valley, what funky desolation!
Hey TimThanks for stopping by my blog :-)I LOVE these photos, the kind of thing I would love to paint but I just don't have the eye for this kind of photography :-(Someday I may get out that way to paint these kinds of scenes ... wonderful!Cheers,Paul
Hi,Tim!Wow, these pictures are on a "real" desert city...that impresses me so much. Thank you for sharing them. Cheers, Sadami
These are some great shots. Tim! Good luck on your project.
Hello Tim,These are a really nice series of photos. Good luck with your film project. Thank you for commenting on my blog also. Regards, Linda
That phone booth needs to be painted! In an oil painting I mean. Awesome photos, love the different perspectives.
I would love to paint on location at this site. It is a really interesting area to say the least. Thank you all for your comments.
Hi Tim. This is an amazing blog, so much to see! I'm a follower. thanks so much for your comments on my blog. Wanted to shoot you an email but couldn't find your address. Great work. Looking forward to more on your film project.
These would be great for painting, too...wonderful work in the previous posts, Tim!
Great photos. Love the color and compositions. What is the project you're using these for?
The film is titled,"Bad Mother Trucker." So far, my experience working on the film has been exceptional! Also, there was A LOT of freedom to experiment visually during the pre-viz stage, and I am very pleased with what our crew produced. Thanks for your comments and your question.
Hey Tim,These are cool, cool cool images, great comps as well. I enjoyed watching it!! hope to see more soon.
Hey Tim,Hope all is going well and can't wait to see more photos :-)Cheers mate,Paul
Wishing you the best for your "Bad Mother Trucker" project!
More photos to come soon. Thanks everyone for your comments!
Hello,Thank you for visiting my blog. I love staring at the desert, your photos are terrific!!-Felicity
Hi Tim, check out the 1988 movie "Bagdad Cafe". Similar setting but looks like a very different story line. A very memorable movie. Good luck with your project.
Will do Myrna. Thanks for your comment.
Very cool shots, those old phone booths are fab!