Kill um while you can!
Holy crap that looks great. I cannot wait to see that in person.
It is Awesome Steve...Can't wait to see it...
Looks great; is it going to go out into the side corridor???
Holy crap!!!!! So amazing to see that coming closer!!!!!!
Here's "JOHNNY" !!!
We stretched the main corridor to give it more length so when the decompression chamber went in it would be contained behind the corridor unlike the original set.
Mike Rizzo worked on lighting engineering for a little more flair. We really need to start on the overhead beams in engineering soon as well!
You know I love what you guys have accomplished and the work you've done but I gotta say I'm not a fan of the multi colored lights in the second story of the engine room set. Don't recall ever seeing that set lit that way. It's a little distracting.
More light is a good thing. Engineering is too dark
It was most certainly done in the 3rd season. Here is a shot from "Elaan"
Although we need to flip the blue and the green to match, lol.
It looks more diffused in the shot from "Elaan", maybe a hint off a pattern?
I am sure it is a little dimmer, we just put it in, nothing has been tweaked yet, ours is also LED, which makes it a bit brighter, we need to add diffusion to it. Our team will tweak as they get more of it in.
You guys blow my mind with your work- a true labor off love...
I stand corrected. I do think diffusion will soften the look.
James, the sets changed a lot over the years and the lighting was different as well from episode to episode and season to season. Are you trying to replicate the look from a specific episode or season?
Thank you , saved me from asking..
Is it going to be a static look or dim in/out in a timed fashion to maybe simulate the different styles? Don't have a horse in this race just wondering.
For the most part it is an Idealized 3rd season look.
How will the overhead beams be made? Will they be constructed from wood or some other material?
We are using a low density fiberboard sometimes called MDF ultralight.