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Martin A. Kline Battlestar Galactica Concept Art
Written by Marcel Damen   
Wednesday, 09 September 2009

Martin A. Kline worked for many years as a production illustrator with special effects units and principle production, and as a first unit art director on movies like Jurassic Park and Forrest Gump. He's currently working as a Senior Visual Effects Art Director for Imageworks. For Battlestar Galactica he worked on storyboards, concept art for props like the snow mask ("The Gun on Ice Planet Zero") and the Lucifer costume.

NEW IMAGES ADDED [04/07/2011] I found some new work Martin Kline possibly did for the Battlestar Galactica series. It's concept art for the Daggit costume. Next to that I added some of his proposals for crew T-Shirts. Though there is a order list (which crew member wanted how many of which version and in which size), shirts were probably never made -- maybe due to the fact the original VFX team moved on to other projects and the effects were taken over by Universal Hartland.

 

Martin A. Kline's concept art for the snow mask on the Battlestar Galactica episode 'The Gun on Ice Planet Zero'

Martin A. Kline's concept art for the snow mask
on the Battlestar Galactica episode "The Gun on Ice Planet Zero"

 

screen used version of the snow mask on the Battlestar Galactica episode 'The Gun on Ice Planet Zero'

screen used version of the snow mask
on the Battlestar Galactica episode "The Gun on Ice Planet Zero"

 

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