Robin Hood | Nottingham

Director: Otto Bathurst
Production designer: Jean-Vincent Puzos
Film: Robin Hood (2018)
Artwork done back in 2016 with Production designer Jean-Vincent Puzos, for the different Sets to build, green screen, and VFX.

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Nottingham aerial view | Final look of Nottingham, i guess it is the closest version that ended in the movie!

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Nottingham side view | another point of view of the city

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Nottingham & slag heaps

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Nottingham first look of the city, it was at a very early stage of the development, but i still like this reasearch! :)

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Nottingham & slag heaps

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First research for nottingham castle, mixing modern and medieval style, the final design that ended in the movie was made by Mathilde Abraham.

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We started first on the castle before unlarge the scene, our goal was to find a good balance between modern architecture and medieval castle

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We did multiple test from pure modern, to fully medieval, so we could balance it as we wanted.

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Port set

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Nottingham gate & street set | This piece was a collaboration with Rob Bliss, who created the architecture in 3D, i had to experiment different textures and materials

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Treasure set 01 | This piece was a collaboration with Rob Bliss, who created the architecture in 3D, i had to experiment different shapes, textures and materials

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Treasure set 02 | This piece was a collaboration with Rob Bliss, who created the architecture in 3D, i had to experiment different texture and material