I had such a great time designing the set for the pilot episode of “The Adventures of Regular Guy Tim”. The challenge was to make a somewhat convincing wizard’s tower with a relatively small budget. We converted an empty stage into this little magical world. I’m excited to get proper film stills/screen shots to add to my portfolio. For now, I’ll just post a few photos from yesterday’s shoot to show the magical fun we had.
And here are a few prop details that probably won’t get much screen time… But they sure were fun to make!
Seriously, I had such a blast creating this set. Can’t wait for the next one.
Within just the last couple months I’ve had the opportunity to work on projects as set decorator, production designer, and window display artist. Since writing my last post I have been able to set my fears aside and focus on the joy that comes from creating things and learning as I go. What I’ve enjoyed the most is having my imagination explode with ideas when handed a project. I’d like to post about each project individually but as of right now I’m up to my armpits in freelance gigs.
I’m looking forward to posting more photos of the projects I’ve been working on. One of my projects was fabricating the props for Nordstrom Window displays (appearing in storefronts the first weekend of September).
This week I’m busy working as production designer for a fun fantasy short – let’s just say I’ve got a lot of magical wizardry to whip up before Saturday’s shoot!
Next month I’ll be designing the set for my old high school’s fall musical, Seussical the Musical. More fun fantasy and imagination work there!
And only 3 more weeks of the summer quarter. Lordy, I hope I find time for my homework and finals.