BEHIND THE SCENES
Here you will find videos and pictures on the process, how we set up shots and how we make the magic happen
Take a listen to the closing credits music:
Here's a sample of some of the compositing I've been trying my hand at. First shot is the original bridge we shot at Westfield. Second shot is the footage of Meridian we shot at the Stables. Third shot is the composite. Seven layers plus the filter. Enjoy!
Here a short video showing how we made the make-up effects for the Choad demon.
Father and son. Amaresh and Choad. Otherwise known as Greg Allen and Cheri Booth.
Here's a sneak peek at the opening credits, for Episode 1. There will be small changes to reflect each new episode.
FX Breakdown - Check out the church scene breakdown. Here's the link:
Making the Plinth - We needed a tomb marker for the archaeological dig that houses the spirit of an arch demon. With a couple of boxes, stone spray paint and some sculpy and paint witness the results.
The Making of a Harpy - or what happens when a Cabbage Patch doll meets a stuffed gorilla....
A couple of first trial samples of some of the CGI effects we are working on.
A couple of shots of the buildings in St. Marys and Stratford where we plan on filming the St. Louis exteriors. Unfortunately, my camera did not like the cold and several other pics did not get saved. These will all be background settings. It should look cool as these locations are much prettier in the summer.
A short video showing one of the first fight sessions on throwing punches and reacting.
Photos from the location scout to Westfield Village with Craig, Justin and Danny on January 17, 2014.
We have purchased the opening theme music. have a listen:
A series of shots showing the creation of the tombstone for the trailer. There are still a couple of layers of paint to go but it's starting to look right. Thanks to our resident prop maker Alice Sheffield. The pictures really don't do the paint job justice as the flash is washing it out. Plus a location pic as well so you can see the final product.
The grave itself was a layer of thin plastic sheeting on the ground, covered by burlap and then a bag of garden dirt spread over top. The small cemetery behind us is a heritage site so we chose to film just outside the fence out of respect. Besides, the manner of the Jones Family demise might well have put them in unconsecrated ground.