Since the story involves a lot more than just the Batcave, I decided I was going to need some other sets as well. This first one represents a drawing room in Wayne Manor. It is a location that can be used a multitude of times and probably in every story at least once.
The next vignette that I have completed is what I am calling my "warehouse" set.
The whole idea behind this is to cut down on the amount of Photoshop that is needed to tell the story. One part of the crossover story images that are done is a scene where Phil Colson is in a Shield Command Center and is receiving a message from Hawkeye. The whole thing is done with Photoshop and it took a really long time to create the multiple images of the scene.
There are ten layers in this photo alone and there is a tremendous amount of clipping that must be done to get all the individual piece ready for the final image. Oh... and then there is the distortion that must be done so that all those screen images fit properly into the monitors. There are about 20 images in this scene. Arrrrrrggggggg!!
That is the reason I am taking the time to create a handful of sets. I still have a couple more that I want to create. I have furniture to do another room set for Wayne Manor and I also want to build a bar interior. Beyond that, well.... I guess I will make what I need as I need it. The only drawback to physical sets is that they take up space and that is something that I am sort of running out of. - PM
Well, since I wrote the last little bit, I started on the bar - what I am calling the HOLE IN THE WALL BAR. This is what I have so far, the roughed in bar.