When something is so good and so picturesque, all you need is to add a few elements to help the scene along. Derelict (but still floating) cargo vessel on the northern Sunshine Coast, used for an epic super-battle on the ocean.
In the Dickensian depths of the BC Sugar Refinery. A building from the 1920’s that looks like it’s from the 1820’s.
Exploring the options presented to us with modern LED lighting
When you’re transferring National City’s most dangerous felons, you need a big bus. And an excellent Transportation Picture Car department.
School Bus – Pre-Transformation
Pre-lighting on stage
Prison Bus Interior
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“Bunker Hill” Bayonet display case for Ben Lockwood’s home. Still a dab hand at model building when the opportunity arises.
Final Prop Placement on Set
Americans man the fortifications. After marching through the night, the breastwork was dug by hand the next day.
Americans man the Breastwork
The British Onslaught
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