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The making of Crossover
That discovery fascinated me. Now I was on the lookout for different patterns in nature to get an antagonist for my heroes. I remembered the cross on the back of garden spiders. It made sense to use these patterns to create a metapher for the growth of Christianity.
We created a 4m x 1.80m forest set in a film studio. With one ton of forest soil and a large amount of randomly collected branches, moss and stones, we started to bring it all together to form a place for a ritual ceremony in the forest.
The biggest challenge for the small team was to imagine the
movements of all the bugs and the spider in the setting.
The entire sound design except for the Crossover theme at the end was created by Johann Niegl, a very talented sound designer from Cologne. He created all the separate sounds of tiny insect steps and the surrounding atmosphere.
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