Because I can’t figure out how to make time for the things I really want to do, I often end up playing around with less than focused technical tests. Still, it’s exercise (mostly spent waiting for the computer to finish rendering). This became sort of a cross between something Realist and something reduced, simplified, cooked-dry. Which fits the idea surprisingly well.
I maintain that the Mad Max movies are a grand poetic contribution to modern legend and storytelling, even though that might be more thanks to luck than vision, considering the stories George Miller went on to write and direct. There is still something in this tale of vehicular anger and sorrow that remains promisingly untold.
And it must be pointed out once again, how incredibly sad it is that fame turned Mel Gibson into a mad, horrible asshole.
The car here is a bent and broken combination of a Pursuit Special model created by Marco F., with parts from another model by RJReese. Sign sloppily extracted from movie screenshot. Rendered in SU Podium and thoroughly recolored in Fotochop.