As promised we are now revealing two alternative shirt designs created by Patrick Wittstock! They’re not final though. We wanted to put in the White Ship for example, but didn’t manage to render the image in time.
If you like these drafts then please consider contributing again! More than 450 of you have taken the DVD/Blu-ray or Collector’s Edition – for only 20 EUR (27 USD) you will get one of these shirts too (we will ask you which one and which size and male or female later on). Plus you get the Dreamer status: Meaning your name will be mentioned in the film’s credit roll and you will receive access to exclusive online behind-the-scenes content during production.
Just imagine if 200 of those 450 would do that now, we would reach the goal instantly! That’s how close we are now, so please consider!
San Diego Comic-con is over, the world’s largest event for nerds and geeks – let’s hope the White Ship could pick up many new friends. Again a thousand thanks to Gwen & Brian of Arkham Bazaar and Mike of witchhouserocks.com who enthusiastically promoted our project to the crowd there! (They even forced a fan of ‘Die Farbe’ in front of their camera as you can see here ;-))
We’re doing well in the last few days, let’s hope we can keep up the momentum.
In other news: Our online research and talks with local film commissions brought up some really interesting locations at the German Baltic Coast and a fantastic castle in Italy. Nothing decided yet, but it looks good. Very exciting!
Shohei Yamasita is one of our illustrators. You might know his creature artwork from the wallpaper that we have released during the first campaign. Now you can see it in its original form. And below you can find a new concept drawing showing us Roland in a lost city full of marble pillars und ruins.
Shohei previously worked on the fantastic animated short film adaptations of three of H.P. Lovecraft’s work by director Ryo Shinagawa – watch trailer here. He lives in Japan and works as illustrator, production designer and props/puppets maker.
It’s time for a new artwork: This conceptual illustration by Mike Dubisch is special since it reveals that we are going to have a female character in our story. There aren’t many female characters in Lovecraft’s original works, so we chose to name her “Yidhra” after the Dream Witch introduced by Lovecraftian author Walter C. DeBill, Jr.
Our Yidhra seems to be loyal to King Kuranes when Roland meets her, but soon he will find out that she is willing to pursue her own goals, too.
We made it! … almost
Huge announcement! Legendary Native American Cherokee actor Wes Studi has joined the cast of “The Dreamlands”! Studi rose to fame through his iconic roles in films like “Dances with Wolves” by Kevin Costner, “The Last of the Mohicans” by Michael Mann, “The New World” by Terrence Malick and “Avatar” by James Cameron.
His incredible screen presence and extensive experience is obviously pushing our project to a whole new level. Please spread this great news everywhere – only 20 days left!
There is a new special perk! Director Huan Vu and co-producer Jan Roth are giving up their very own Limited Specimen Editions of “Die Farbe”:
This is a big announcement! We’re proud to tell you that we could win actor Andrew Divoff for our film project! He is best known for his iconic role as the evil djinn in Wes Craven’s “Wishmaster” and as Mikhail Bakunin in J.J. Abram’s landmark TV series “Lost”.
We are thankful for the trust Andrew puts in our project. This is a great opportunity for us all. Let’s spread this great news everywhere – only 28 days left!
Meet Josef Rarach (www.fxcreator.pro)! He is a make-up and special effects specialist from Prague, Czech Republic and he is eager to collaborate with us on “The Dreamlands”. Including Dave Snyder who already worked on the last two “Star Trek” movies and “Pirates of the Caribbean” we therefor can bring in two experts of their field and create really impressive things. Help us to bring Josef and Dave to our team – only 30 days left!