We were back on set today for Day #2 of Dark Matter Episode 202. Normally, a 5:20 a.m. wake-up compounded by a thirty minute work-out would have had me nice and tired and ready for bed – at around 2:00 p.m. Luckily, consulting producer Ivon Bartok was packing his GreensPlus. A single shot was enough natural caffeine to keep me alert and awake well past 3:30 p.m.!
Pictured above: Director Bruce McDonald oversees the second level action.
I got in at a respectably early time, half an hour before call (but admittedly later than a lot of the crew that had rolled in MUCH earlier), so that I could wish everyone a Happy New Year, get them to run down their holiday highlights, and then regale them with tales of my Montreal road trip.
Pictured above: Ivon gives Alison, Anthony, and Alex his capsule review of the new Star Wars movie.
Spending time with family was nice, but getting back to my second family was even nicer.
Pictured above: Crew blocking.
Pictured: Backlit prisoners, Hyperion-8 Gen. Pop.
Pictured: The techno-crane gets a helluva workout in our first two episodes.
Finally, a little something from Dark Matter Key Hair Renee Chan – concept sketches of hairstyles for the dangerous Misaki Han…
This one was my favorite: practical (for sword fighting) and elegant.
I liked this one too. Had nice retro Blade Runner feel.
Love the intricacy. I’m saving this one for Akemi’s season 2 wrap party look!