Wednesday, May 21, 2008

Tony Stark's Bedroom



Here's the site of one of the more memorable action scenes in the movie :) Wish we'd gotten to see more of this room in the final cut, but time was running long and there was all that superhero business to attend to, you know how it is...

The attempt here was to create a 'stark' designer environment, something that reflected a complete absence of personal touch. Anything that reflected Tony's personality would be in his basement garage/workshop.


This design also went through a lot of set-dressing variations, but once again came out much like the rendering. I was pretty thrilled with the bed & wall unit design (which separates the room from the bathroom which was designed but ultimately cut from the script.) They even managed to match the really bold woodgrain with a printed veneer. The ceiling was another experiment that turned out well. Matty Libatique gave this idea of light cans suspended over a stretched fabric ceiling the thumbs-up, and Production Designer Michael Riva managed to make it work. I just liked the idea of diffused pools of light when the lights were on, and a completely unbroken ceiling when they were off.

I wish I could take credit for the graphics projected on the window in the movie, but that idea was added in post. Brilliant!

2 comments:

Steve Epting said...

Thanks for sharing this stuff. You did an amazing job.

LEONARDO FLORIS said...

i really like Stark's bedroom.. now that you mentioned calatrava as the influence ... i can see it... good job

did you use 3d at all.. its so clean would it be possible to share your work flow, how long did it take etc..?

ps: i was inspired by you and started my own blog, i will be posting soon take a look

http://leonardofloris.blogspot.com/