BULL – SET DESIGN
(BELOW) Photoshop mockups I did for a set that was created almost entirely in post production. Look through the slideshow to see more photoshop mockups of this set, including the notes I followed from the production designer, Sarah Frank, to create the design.
(ABOVE) Photoshop mockup of what the set would look like BEFORE it was dressed.
(BELOW) Stills from the actual episode.
My pre-visualization mockups made a very clear guide for the set dressers when there were a lot of graphics involved.
(Below) Made these graphics in Adobe Illustrator using a very wide variety of clip art and photos from Getty Images.
(ABOVE) Slideshow: Photoshop mockups of various logo designs.
(BELOW) Slideshow of my photoshop mockups of a set that called for a stained glass window of Jesus to look down on the casket. All images with timecodes are actual images from the show.
(ABOVE) Slideshow: Glossy High Fashion Graphics made in Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator. This set required hundreds of graphics in all sizes, from giant wall size prints to teeny tiny adhesive graphics for all the cosmetic packages on display.
(BELOW) Photoshop mockups vinyl graphics and framed prints.
(BELOW) Production stills featuring the vinyl graphics and framed prints I made.
(BELOW) Production stills featuring a very graphic heavy set.
(ABOVE) Slideshow: Before & After: Photoshop mockups of high security cages for a law enforcement agency. Made in Adobe Photoshop.
(BELOW) Slideshow: Photoshop mockups of graphics in Gymnasium Sets. Made in Adobe Illustrator & Photoshop.
(BELOW) Slideshow: Prop publications made with Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop.
(LEFT) Prop Drivers’ License made in Adobe Photoshop.
(BELOW) Prop water label, made with Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop.
(BELOW) Slideshow: Graphics for Costumes made in Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop.
(BELOW) Slideshow: Costume Tattoo designs made in Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop.
(BELOW) Slideshow: Mockups of graphics made for vehicles in Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop.