Will – TNT

Poly Sculpture

Silicon Mould making & Casting.

Using silicon moulds is a smart way of making your budget go further. If it stands still it can be moulded – the possibilities are endless.

Your chosen item, once moulded, can then be reproduced (cast) many times over.

These casts are quick to produce and straightforward to paint.

Polyurethane Resin / Foam Spraying.

The system of 2-part poly spraying has traditionally been used to insulate large areas – e.g industrial unit walls & roof spaces.

Similar to a can of expanding foam but delivered on an industrial scale.

It can also be used to coat surfaces to make them waterproof and is used for underwater storage units & to inhibit moisture intrusion on a range of structures – roofs, walls, walkways.

All products used have Class 1 Fire Resistance.

Detailing & Finishing.

Surface finishes for sculpture can be either natural—bringing the material of the sculpture itself to a finish—or applied. Almost all applied surface finishes preserve as well as decorate.

Logs, beams and planks sprayed in foam trimmed, fitted and finished for a mass of sets for ‘Will’.

TNT is falling for the Bard as the basic cable channel has picked up “Will,” a young William Shakespeare drama, to series. Ahead of its upfront presentation, the network announced that “Will” has scored a ten episode order and have released a trailer for the series which you can see below.

Laurie Davidson, a complete newcomer with no IMDb credits at this point, stars in the series as the poet who arrives onto the punk-rock theater scene in 16th century London.  Olivia DeJongeColm Meaney, Mattias Inwood, Jamie Campbell Bower and Ewen Bremner co-star.

Billed as a contemporary version of Shakespeare’s life that is played to a modern soundtrack, the project is penned by Baz Luhrmann‘s scripting collaborator Craig Pearce and directed by “Elizabeth” helmer Shekhar Kapur.

A 2017 premiere is planned and will joined TNT’s roster of existing shows like “Major Crimes,” “The Librarians,” “The Last Ship” and “Murder in the First »

– Garth Franklin

source: iMDB