Ignoring software tools and just going oldskool to break down the script for Space Beers: The Beginning. Some changes were made; so we had to go back to the drawing board.
Portrayed by: Meriyem Manders
Alien design & special make-up by: KelatowFX
Diamond-Belly is a clone, engineered from an ancient lineage of ‘designer concubines’ raised specifically to adorn the arms of the galaxies most powerful movers and shakers. However, a fault in Diamond-Belly’s DNA coding led to her gaining excessive weight from a very young age, the result of which saw her cast out and banished from the elite concubine sisterhood.
Diamond-Belly is a huge (pun intended) step toward the next phase of Space Beers: The Beginning. The character will be introduced in the next live-action teaser; the last “test” before we start filming Space Beers: The Beginning.
While our Tokit campaign is still underway (‘til March!), we’ve already crossed our minimal funding threshold, and can therefore start the creation of Diamond-Belly — from concept sketches to actress in body suit in a live-action teaser. You’ll be able to follow the process via this website — the production diary of Space Beers. And we still have several more aliens to introduce, so be sure to support Space Beers on Tokit.io! > Space Beers: Tokit campaign page.
Today we launched our Space Token (SPCTKN). Head over to the Space Beers – Tokit campaign page to back/support the film project(s) and Space Beers in general. We…
Take a look behind-the-scenes while Victoria Broom en Sophia La Porta are transformed in respectively Talia and Zendra.
*Sticky post* Hi there! This is our production diary for the upcoming film production of Space Beers: The Beginning and Space Beers: The Feature. Via this website we will keep everybody up-to-date with what is going on and give you a peek behind the curtains of the creation of our space adventure where beer is the only hope for survival.
While writing the script for Space Beers: The Beginning, we quickly realised both Zendra and Talia needed their own introduction. To realise this we called in…