From Motherland: Fort Salem Season 1. In the original script, there’s a powerful layering of imagery and a blurring visual boundaries during the Gallows Hill scene. What we think is real is only pretend and what we discover to be “real” in this world is fantasy in our own. Working with show runner Eliot Laurence, we created the baroque theatre imagery by drawing inspiration from the street spectacles of 18th century Italy & France.
Sarah Alder faces the gallows
Sarah Alder signs the Accord
The Salem Accord recited
Stage as gallows
Gallows becomes Accord signing
Galows stage transformed
Another Covid time-off speedpainting exercise. No hard and fast rules, but generally no photo underlays and complete in 3 hours or less. Playing with light and texture for this one.
In the digital age, a spaceship can look like anything. To reimagine it as a 1952 Chevy DeLuxe was a lot of fun. #Supergirl
Good film scenery always looks real. Sometimes it is real. For our climactic “San Andreas fault” scene in Season 3, we filmed in a quarry using very real, very heavy rocks and boulders.
The source of our super powers.
After moving 30 tonnes of rock without breaking a sweat, feeling a little “super” ourselves.
Picture Perfect and ready for David Harewood and Carl Lumbly.
David and Carl blocking
Concept art handed off to visual effects
Waiting for the final showdown between Supergirl & Reign.
Reign wreaking havok on National City and Supergirl. Thanks to an amazing SPFX & Construction team, by morning all the “devastation” was gone.