These drawings, by intention, do not look like conventional Set Design drawings. Printed hard copy on paper were only for reference. The CGI modelers did not work from these printed drawings. They took the digital AutoCAD © drawings and arranged them around a 3D cube, then computer modeled the parts within the cube, with the AutoCAD © digital data as the reference. There was no need to include dimensions, little text was required. The most important point was that a high degree of detail was required. Even screws, door knobs and hinges, and other common items had to be details to a high degree of accuracy. Any inaccuracy caused the reference drawings around the 3D cube to not line up, resulting in errors. It is a new way to design sets.
AutoCAD ©. 2002 & 3. |
Just as I was wrapping up my involvement with The Polar Express, I was told that this set had been dropped.
Due to protests by other Set Designers who do not have their own web sites and feel that it is unfair for me to spread the word that I am equally or more qualified, this page have been eliminated. I will still be happy to show my work in an interview. Sorry for the inconvenience. Please return to the Set Design Main Page.
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