Murder on the Homefront



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Seen very briefly and in the dark, this BIGIATURE was made by a team at EVOLTION FX for WWII docu-drama 'Murder on the Homefront'

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This is the set up on stage but it was a lot darker in the show, so you could hardly see anything.

Neil and Peter made the basic bones of this
Cant beat a bit of destruction of a miniature..well, its being built in, but it has to look like it was done afterwards. thats the trick. Made the frames, Then used a hammer on some 1.5mm perspex to make shards of glass
I had a smashing time working on this model. I think this side was quite naturalistic. Neil Damman made the cabinet and I did my naturalistic thing with the glass....I think.

Printed face off the internet and a rim turned and stained, then some broken 'glass'

Lots of boxes and crates I made for dressing. This is more or less everything I made for the shop
Gasmasks were probably my finest pieces, alas, unseen. I encorperated sliced EMA tube to keep the eye sockets perfectly round. I turned the filter from plastic wood...or Uriol. The first one almost finished. Black latex laid inside a silicon mould I made of the original. Extra styrene rings I added afterwards
5 masks finished and ready for boxing up. Printed boxes, with the genuine text of the day, grabbed off the net, inside.
An old fashioned Mannequin for a shop redressing for another shot. to be moulded and cast for multiples. Made stands too and some sewing machine cases.

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