I was so pleased with the results of my Portable Green Screen project, that I decided to make an even smaller one that could fit in my pocket. Perfect for lego men, which we play with a lot around here.

Green Screens are an interesting technology, used for all kinds of interesting effects. The first Star Wars Movie was done with green screen techniques, however computers make it a whole lot easier today.

Step 1: Hunter/Gatherer

You will need some bright green card stock and a suitable pocket sized tin, some small fridge magnets, and some little models.

I think something like this will be great for 3D project I'm trying to make! <br>Two quick questions. <br>1. What do you do for lighting to reduce shadows, etc?<br>2. What kind of editing software do you recommend? <br>Thanks!
brilliant! i have the same Dilbert tins in my project box, waiting ..
Please vote for me to win!!! <br>
This is really cool! Also, it looks pretty easy which for me is really good when it comes to technology.
What software do you recommend (preferably free)?
Gimp. Great and free.
I use Gimp for everything.
Wonderful job!

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