Friday, 8 June 2012

Final Project - Sets - Agent Friel's office

Agent Friel's office is designed to look quite dull, it has a wooden desk with a name plaque on it, and paintings of U.S. presidents and Andrew Volstead (the man who proposed prohibition) on the walls. There is also a suspect board on the wall which displays the main characters, Friel will often be seen surveying this.
 An early test shot of Friel at his desk.
  Friel surveying the suspect board, I think I already showed this picture, but in black and white, that's how it will appear in the film. The painting on the left side is Andrew Volstead, and the one on the right is Calvin Coolidge, the 30th U.S. President. (although this section is set in 1920, so it technically should be Woodrow Wilson, but you know, swings and roundabouts. Plus this section was originally set in 1923, and I spent 20 minutes making that picture.)

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