November 18, 1477: William Caxton prints the first English dated book.
November 18, 1626: St. Peter’s Basilica is completed.
November 18, 1916: The Battle of the Somme ends.
Today: Members of the Dark Matter production team engage in The Great Green Screen Debate of 2015!
We can’t do it! We CAN do it! We shouldn’t do it! We should do it! We’re not doing it! We’re ARE doing it after all!
Highlights of the heated discussion included: shooting angles, techno-crane accessibility, plate shots, lock-offs, high angle reveals, low angle reveals, and crowd duplications.
You’ll be pleased to hear we finally got it all worked out.
Hey, speaking of concepts, how’d you like to help us choose an Ishida shuttle design? If you’re keen, and feeling opinionated, I’ll upload the concept sketches as part of tomorrow’s blog entry. How’s that for audience participation?
P.S. As I mentioned in yesterday’s entry, the kick-ass Melanie Liburd (http://www.imdb.com/name/nm4927489/?ref_=fn_al_nm_1) has been cast in the role of Nyx for the upcoming season of Dark Matter. She’s on twitter so update your digidexes and follow her here: https://twitter.com/mellyliburd
Finally, a little something to leave you with from Roxanne Borris and the Art Department.
“DO NOT put any person in this washer”. Sound advice!