In the digital age, a spaceship can look like anything. To reimagine it as a 1952 Chevy DeLuxe was a lot of fun. #Supergirl
Kara Zor El’s ship is discovered after many years in hiding. Another case of “found” production design, where we started with a near-perfect location #Supergirl
The taxtidermy studio where Norman Bates discovers one of his many “gifts”. Designed for Season 1, Bates Motel.
Posted on January 20, 2020 January 20, 2020 Posted in art direction, art, collage, mixed media, concept art, Fantasy, film making, production design, television
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
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.
Waiting for the final showdown between Supergirl & Reign.