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Quote from: SiL on Apr 14, 2019, 09:38:53 PMFor Covenant it was option three. It was always going to be mostly CG monsters, with practical stand ins.
QuoteAvPGalaxy – We've seen a physical Alien costume in the behind-the-scenes footage and the cast has talked about being chased down the sets by a man in a suit. However, in the finished film the majority of the creature effects look to have been replaced digitally. From what I've gathered this was the plan all along? I was hoping you might be able to shed some light on this?Adam Johansen – Originally, there wasn't going to be any creature suits, with our work load consisting of all the burster scenes/fx, some creature puppets (chest burster, face huggers), prosthetics, dummies, over 100 engineer corpses, working eggs and a whole of bunch of creatures and experiments for David's Lab. However, 2 months before filming Ridley expressed he wanted creature suits for the Xenomorph (one full scale, over 9ft tall bunraku suit worn by Andrew Crawford and a traditional smaller scale foam latex suit worn by Goran D. Kleut) and the adult Neomorph suit again, worn by Goran.In addition to the suits, we made a full scale torso animatronic Xenomorph puppet. Ridley likes shooting everything in camera and wanted the practical creature suits on set, to work out his shots and also so VFX had real elements and movements they could use when required. The final designs of the creatures were all realised in the creature department, which was a great honour.
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QuoteThis week the Sarabande Foundation, established by Lee Alexander McQueen, launched a series of plates at the LAPADA Art and Antiques fair. The plates were debuted at their Craftsman's Dinner, with each place setting completed by one of the remarkable pieces.Each plate features a hand drawn design; Sir Ridley Scott's is an intricate sketch taken from his 2015 film Prometheus.
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