Just out: The Haunted Mansion

Larson, Jess
December 2003
Daily Variety;12/3/2003, Vol. 281 Issue 42, pA6
Trade Publication
Reports on the techniques used by visual supervisor Jay Redd in developing the look of the ghosts and ghouls for the movie "The Haunted Mansion". Creation of a replicate of the ghost using bluescreen footage; Importance of lighting effects in creating ethereal silhouettes; Strategies utilized by Imageworks in projecting spectral effects and transparency.


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