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Treating ships like characters within the ultimate episode of ‘Star Trek: Picard’

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The VFX of the Borg dice and Enterprise-D.

This week on the befores & afters podcast, we’re chatting Star Trek: Picard with visible results supervisor Brian Tatosky. Brian has labored on plenty of the present Star Trek sequence, together with Picard, Discovery and Unusual New Worlds.

On this ultimate season of Picard, he labored intently with manufacturing visible results supervisor Jason Zimmerman (see our earlier protection with Jason, right here).

For season 3’s finale – and spoiler alert right here – I assumed it could be enjoyable to talk to Brian simply concerning the Borg dice and Enterprise-D photographs. For those who haven’t seen the ep but, I extremely advocate it, because you get to see the true innards of the dice and a few spectacular area craft choreography.

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Try the podcast, and a particular slideshow of photos, which incorporates different scenes from s3 of Picard, beneath.

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