VFX Supervisor Charley Henley Unleashes a New Wave of Xenomorphs in ‘Alien: Covenant’3,221 Views11 RepliesAdd A Reply
Studios from Sydney to London help create the visual effects for Ridley Scott’s new sci-fi/horror film.
AWN: How did you get involved in this film? When did this start for you?
Charley Henley: Well, this project started for me in August 2015. I was still working on Jungle Book at the time, and I got a call to head over for a meeting with Ridley and some of the key players in the early stages of pre-production. Ridley was having a roundtable with people who he wanted involved. Chris Seagers, the production designer, was in that meeting, and Neil Corbould, the special effects supervisor, was there as well, and Ridley Scott obviously and Mark Huffam the producer, and we also had the costume designer, Janty Yates.
Was that top photo in the movie? I cannot recall.
Great, baby neomorphs are climbers, just like kittens on curtains...
Probably easier to get off the curtains though, kittens tend to be 'velcro-paws'. :D
I like how viciously aggressive Neos are as babies, something small, fast and lethal is a nice change.
IN SPACE THERE IS NO WARNING
There is a lot of footage inside, also I dont remember seeing it before.