Today, I took a walk through our existing standing sets – the infirmary, the mess, the corridors, bridge, and underbelly. Boy, the place sure looks different during the hiatus. Without the lights, set dressing, cast and crew, it looks like the set of a horror movie…
Construction has begun, full throttle, on the new standing sets for Dark Matter’s second season. Those of you who have been following this blog have already gotten a sneak peek of what’s in the works. Plenty more on the way. While much of the work is happening on our other (new) stage, I did glimpse the beginning of our hero cell going up in the breezeway…
Prett basic right now, but we’re aiming for something like this – more or less:
Hey, look at who I ran into. It’s on set carpenter Jesse Partin –
In addition to the obvious, his job is to keep people like me from wandering around set and inadvertently locking ourselves in crew quarters. Good thing he was there!
Also, came across these –
On their way out or on their way in? Only the Art Department knows for sure.
Casting tomorrow after which I’m going to try to make some headway on a very tricky second act. These types of episodes can be rather…challenging. Look no further than SG-1’s Ripple Effect. Ah, I’m sure that once I’m through Act II, it’ll be smoooooooooth sailing!
Who’s with me?!