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Make: Believe - Making Movie Miniatures with Fon Davis



Fon Davis

Make Magazine

Posted: Dec 6, 2012


“Fon Davis has been working for over two decades in tv and film, creating amazing miniatures, models, production design, drafting, fabrication, and more recently writing and directing. Fon is the creator and a co-writer on MORAV and Lee’s Chinese Robot Shop.

Fon’s first feature film work was Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas. Since then, he has worked on over 30 feature films including blockbusters like Starship Troopers, Pearl Harbor, and the Star Wars and Matrix series.” - Make Mag


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