The first step in the build is a scale drawing that is sent to the prop builder to look at and to get a quote. We were fortunate to be able to use Damian Zuch at Deville’s Workshop. Damian then built a model in Sketch Up for us to review.
The dome is actually a plastic salad bowl from the Dollar store…
The little paintings on the sides were quite specific to the story and these were farmed out to another artist (again with reference to work from)
For a more detailed look at the entire process click here.
We needed a nice Victorian desk for a set and the carpenters built this and the skilled scenic painters finished it.
Thanks to Phil Carvalho, Mark Taylor and Rob Taylor.
These movie posters were created for a Television Pilot recently. The Director had requested a specific (real) poster in a character’s loft and even though we tried, we couldn’t obtain the rights. So we did the next best thing, we made our own.
The original rough sketch for the P-Guy cover.
The Dash Card.
Pages from a prop book.
A couple of items from the TV movie Red-Werewolf Hunter for the Syfy Channel..
These are some prop comic books prepared for an upcoming TV series.
Dark Badger and Captain Dandy are mine, while Adventure Cat is by Josh Heisie and Treeman by Mike Nesbitt.