Tuesday, February 28, 2006

New Series

There's a new series (D) on the cards which starts filming end of April early May to be confirmed.

Anybody that's really keen on tickets to the show should head on over to www.applausestore.com.

Book early to avoid disappointment!

10 comments:

Dave said...

Got tickets for 24th and 28th, looking forward to it.

Excellent set, love the spirals. Good work!

Cool site too.

Dave said...

Hi Paul,

Question for you, if you don't mind. Now I've seen the set "in the flesh", I see it's largely a dull light-grey and is cleverly lit to give it the colours we see on TV.

Do you decide on the colour scheme, or is it decided by the production team? How hard is it to visualise it fully-lit when you're working in monochrome?

Either way, the end result looks brilliant!

JPG said...

Thanks Dave,
It's Jonathan btw.
It's a joint effort deciding the colours between myself, the Lighting Director and the Producer and Director.
By making the set grey, you can effectively turn it any colour you like with light.

Anonymous said...

Cheers for that answer. Sorry for getting your name wrong, I'm off to hang my head in shame for a few hours.

Dave

ashok said...

Do you decide on the colour scheme , or is it decided by the production team? How hard is it to visualise it. fully-lit when youre' working in monochrome?

ashok said...

Do you decide on the colour scheme , or is it decided by the production team? How hard is it to visualise it. fully-lit when youre' working in monochrome?

JPG said...

Thanks for the comment.
I start off with an initial thought, which then gets discussed with the Lighting Director, Director and Producer.
It's not too hard to visualise the fully lit version, because that's what you have in mind when you're designing it.
With a monochrome set, you have the ability to make small adjustments on the day, or can change the colour completely.

jodimilade123 said...

It'was a combined effort deciding, the colours between, myself , the Lighting Director and the Producer and Director.By making the set grey, we can effectively turn it any colour you like with light.

mba institute said...

What a amazing blog, I never find these type of info.

hair removal said...

Nice post. I want to thank you for this informative read, I really appreciate sharing this great post. Keep up your work..