Just posted some photos of our greenscreen studio we made! For some of the special effects scenes, we're planning to shoot in front of a green screen.
For those of you unfamiliar with the technique, the basic idea is to shoot an actor or awesome spaceship in front of a green area. With the footage on your computer, you remove all the green and insert our own background.
So I thought I'd post this concept art. It's pretty funny...this is the result of a bodyguard that refuses to die until it's head is blown off..At first the soldiers think its a cyborg mech until they realize he's just wearing body armor...
This is a progress photo from my talented prop guy, Brian.
In the film, the Multbody's purpose is to faciliate Division 9 by providing elevated covering fire and illumination.
Brian's done an awesome job making them look authentic and realistic!<
Niiiiice!! You may have seen the P90 in the Stargate series, Alias, or the cool anime series, Gunslinger Girl.
The gang at The Weapons Specialists in New York City are providing the weapons and armor for the soldiers of Division 7! These P90s are non-firing replicas.
The Weapons Specialists also rent out real guns (weapons handler required), missile launchers, knives, and basically everything you need for a cool movie!!
So here's a great photo of the warehouse location where the film's final action scene is going to take place.
Why would an Isreali Diplomat want to meet a young programmer in an electronics warehouse in the middle of the night??
Surely they're up to no good!
I just added a bunch of photos in the Props section! Take a look!!
All the soldier gear is being supplied by The Weapons Specialists, located in NYC...The guys supply real guns, non-firing replicas, and all sort of other cool stuff! Their last big project was War of the Worlds which was shot in NY and NJ!! Check it out the gear for Division 9...
Thanks for coming to our site. This is my first of hopefully many happy posts in the evolution of our film. In the coming days, I'll be filling out the content in the different sections of our site and adding photos of developments we've made so far!