This is why it’s important to budget for duplicates if it at all possible.
I had my eyes closed for TWO SECONDS, honest!
1. You use phrases such as “Stand By”, “Copy That”, “Flying in____” in everyday situations. You even catch yourself saying, “Hot Points” when walking with a cup of coffee.
2. You find out there’s gaff tape stuck to your shirt—after someone points it out in a restaurant.
3. You insist on adjusting the framing, lighting and design of the room you are Skyping someone in.
4. You forgot what your regular sleep schedule is. It doesn’t exist anymore.
5. You really, really, really wish you hadn’t left so many things undone at home when the shoot’s wrapped.
6. ”Oh hey, welcome back to Earth. Where have you even been?” is something just about everyone says to you, after the project is completed.
7. YOU SLEEP FOR A WEEK AFTER IT’S WRAP.
When I’m visiting Shepperton or Pinewood and you get a glimpse into a studio of a multimillion dollar movie.
The art department is the section of a film or television production’s crew concerned with visual artistry. Working under the supervision of the production designer and/or art director, the art department is responsible for arranging the overall look of the film as desired by the film director. Individual positions within this department include: production designer, art director, assistant art director, graphic designer, set designer/draughtsman, art department coordinator and art department production assistant.
— Source: http://artdepartmental.com/art-dept-101/