Neil Gaiman talks about the production design of The Sandman, says – You’d be surprised how much of it isn’t CGI

The Sandman has been one of Netflix’s most anticipated projects as it is known as one of the most unfilmed comics. Written by Neil Gaiman as the show hits screens soon, Gaiman and the show’s production designer John Gary Steele recently discussed bringing The Sandman’s world to life for the show and how, in a […]
 


The Sandman has been one of Netflix’s most anticipated projects as it is known as one of the most unfilmed comics. Written by Neil Gaiman as the show hits screens soon, Gaiman and the show’s production designer John Gary Steele recently discussed bringing The Sandman’s world to life for the show and how, in a CGI-crazy world, he Create sets that captured the true vision of the comics.

Tom Sturridge as Dream, Kirby Howell-Baptiste as Death in The Sandman, Mason Alexander Park as Desire, Donna Preston as Despair, Gwendoline Christie as Lucifer Morningstar, Patton Oswald as Matthew the Raven As in, David Thewlis as John Dee, Charles Dance as Roderick Burgess. even more. The Starcast combined with Gaiman and Steele’s vision has made the Netflix show a sight to behold.
Speaking about how he designed the sets for the series, Gaiman told IndieWire, “The two things that were touchpoints for us were the comics and the Powell/Pressburger movies, which gave it a shot. [सह-निर्माता एलन हाइनबर्ग] And I love both. There is realism in Powell and Pressburger and both the persistence and willingness to move away from realism that, if you watch a movie like “A Matter of Life and Death,” have practical implications. And in this CGI world it’s so easy to watch ‘Sandman’