Here is a, slightly erroneous, review of the series from the Guardian.
Some great and mysterious work.
This is from Directors notes:
“On the foggy margins of the ancient and the new lies the world of Zuma, where the masked Truskan people, a once rich civilization, rot away, or where the forgotten Wazoh bird-men roam the desert ruins. In the mountains, deep in complex cave networks, dwell the Tholotec ape-men, and by the forests live the silent Mani who dawn themselves in outfits made of hollow reeds that whistle as they wander.”
“I like to think of my workflow as collage, I used primarily digital tools on Sinking Ship, though I love working with people costume and sets.”
In my line of work I don’t get out of the office much. So when I do it’s quite the occasion.
We just had an incredible couple of weeks moving into new premises. The dust is still settling. If you want to know what we do when we’re not moving, have a look at this: https://www.bdh.net/reels/digital-effects
A first look at a big new project we’ve been working on.
More on it here:
“Our Planet will take viewers on a spectacular journey of discovery showcasing the beauty and fragility of our natural world,” Attenborough said as the series was announced on Thursday. “Today we have become the greatest threat to the health of our home but there’s still time for us to address the challenges we’ve created if we act now. We need the world to pay attention.”
“Our goal is to create artwork inspired by an expedition to the Amazon rainforest in order to highlight issues related to deforestation.”
This is incredible.