Full post-production on the 6 x 30-minute genre-bending sketch show
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Brief Full post-production on the 6 x 30-minute genre-bending sketch show, in which the people are real people but the place itself, Boom Town, is fictional.
How it was done Following the outrageous and quirky nature of the characters, colourist Enge Gray produced a grade that is visually striking, with a hyper-real, saturated look.
To remain sympathetic to the natural skin tones of those on screen, Gray isolated each face to compensate for the increased saturation.
The Digital Vision Optics toolset on Nucoda Film Master was used thoroughly as the image was pushed for maximum impact.
Dubbing mixer Ben Newth was given free rein with the tracklay to make it as funny as possible, with exaggerated stings and spot effects used to enhance the jokes to an almost cartoonish level.
Watch it Wednesdays, 10pm, BBC3