If you like seeing behind-the-scenes footage of environments and atmospheres being fabricated, here we have a real treat.
For the stop-motion animated "Isle of Dogs," director Wes Anderson's fairly insane demand that all sets (and even effects like smoke, fire, water) be created practically provided the production designers with a serious challenge.
A small army of craftspeople rose to the task.
There's lots of great shots of people building the sets…
…though I do wish there were more shots of the concept art as well.
It's super cool to see how faithfully they matched the sets to the original concept sketches.
I also wanted to see more photos of the shop environments…
…which are all too fleeting in this vid:
Have any of you actually seen the movie, by the way? And if so was it any good? (No spoilers please.) I know I could just read a review, but I want to know what the designers among you thought of it.
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I thought the movie was cinematically beautiful and delightfully quirky, but it was a bit slow and tiresome and lazy solutions to plot challenges at crucial moments detracted from an otherwise enjoyable concept.
I haven't seen it yet. I hope they put out like a 2-hour long behind the scene video because this is just way too fast.
Yes! I actually thought the practical effects were very important in communicating the story. Personally, I tend to over-rationalize film plots so the stylized sets and characters helped me get over that and appreciate it at face value.