While working at Framestores Art Department, I was approached by Jonathan Fawkner and asked to help out with the labyrinth vista sequence in Wrath of the Titans, together with my friends and old colleague Joseph Maclamb.
Framestore created some 300 shots for Wrath of the Titans. Leading the team was Visual Effects Supervisor Jonathan Fawkner. “We were chiefly tasked with two sequences,” he says, “The first involving an encounter between Perseus’s team and a trio of Cyclops, the second (which follows the first closely within the film’s chronology) concerning Perseus’s groups assault on The Labyrinth, a towering maze which provides access to Tartarus wherein Zeus is imprisoned. So we had two very contrasting types of visual effects to deliver: photo-realistic near humans, albeit giant ones, interacting with environments and human actors; and an impossibly vast, constantly moving architectural environment.”
Clients: Warner Bros. PicturesDirector: Jonathan LiebesmanVFX Supervisor: Jonathan Fawkner