1 - Close on an in-progress marble bust. It's suppose to be Alfred, but that is not an easy thing to decipher.
BRUCE (off-panel): Terry, I said to do this without assistance.
2 - On Bruce and Terry. Both are sculpting marble busts based on the completed bust of Alfred between them. Bruce is using classic sculpting tools, including a hammer, chisel, pointing machine and calipers. Terry has the hammer and chisel, but he's wearing some big goggles with red lenses that look very tech-y. Let us say that Bruce's bust is the rough one from panel 1, while Terry's actually is looking pretty similar to the model at the moment.
TERRY: That you're asking me to do this at all is ridiculous.
3 - From Terry's point of view, looking at his Alfred bust. There's a computer readout giving various numbers and measurements, as well as a point on the bust itself that has a tag reading "SUBSEQUENT IMPACT POINT, 37.5° ANGLE".
TERRY: Technology exists specifically so we don't need to know this kind of stuff.
4 - On Terry as he hammers the back of his chisel into the point marked by the glasses. Perhaps have a small crack fracturing out from the point of impact.
5 - Terry is surprised as his bust crumbles apart, completely and utterly ruined.
6 - On Bruce, wearing a serious expression (does old Bruce have any others?).
BRUCE (1): Technology fails.
BRUCE (2): The only thing you can rely on is what you know.