These are some shots of the work in progress.
We painted a backing as well for outside the entrance.
Below a photo shop mock up of the backing.
As it turned out, we were unable to get our REAL gas pumps and we had them printed on vinyl and mounted on foam core.
They actually worked quite well in the background.
Below a link to a short Youtube video.
Another couple of examples of 3d photography from this years Production Design students at Sheridan College.
These are by Denya and Jennifer.
These actually work really well. You just need to put on your glasses, sit back a little and relax your eyes. Click on the photo for a full size version.
Don’t forget your 3D glasses!
Tabitha and Priscilla enjoy a quiet moment to reflect on their hectic schedules.
Jordan wonders if he’s spending too much time leaning against walls.
Josh Heisie, Mike Edmund, Adam Kuwbi, Mike Nesbit, Patrick Gautier and Maria Sominelli.
Allison Hickey, a current student helped as well.
A few more shots of the set that we built for Sheridan’s 3×3 project. Filming started today and will continue for 2 weeks.
A short quicktime movie can be seen here.
Every year my Production Design students at Sheridan’s ATVF course design and construct a set to be used in their 3×3 film project (3 characters 3 minutes).
This year we decided to build a terminal (bus or train). Here are some shots of the set in progress, more to follow.
Carpentry services provided by Ryan O’Connell and Paul Sibley (Knuckles)