As we said before, “The Sheol Express” is almost done, there’s just a few VFX elements that need some smoothing out. Today, Perry Kroll and I make this VFX chart. It shows everything that has yet to be done on the film – every index card contains one shot (or set of similar shots) that need some tweaks.
As you can see, sixteen shots await their final destination. To give you an example of some of the things we’re going to be working on over the next few weeks, here’s one of the most complicated index cards:
Shot: Jump-cut Train Reveal
- Swing camera out more into the tracks by straightening the roof-line. This will make us see less of the train.
- Comp in new 3D train model.
- Atmospheric elements – dust, etc. – kicked up by and around the train.
It’s been a long journey, but Perry, Bryce and Vlad, our post-production team have been rock-solid and committed to the job, and we shall reach the End of the Line soon.