SpyGame Studios was hired by Clevver to get a behind the scenes look at how they make the The Screen Actors Guild Awards Statuette. The process was very informative and interesting to see how they carry out all the steps of production.
Step 1: Wax statuettes were made first to help create the metal molds.
Step 2: Workers in fire suits poured molten bronze metal into molds at the American Fine Arts Foundry in Burbank, California.
Step 3: After the metal cooled, the molds were broken to reveal the Statuette.
Step 4: The Statuettes were cleaned and the prepared to be painted.
Step 5: Workers then heated the Statuette and applied a green-black patina.
Here were the final statuettes, next to other wax versions, to demonstrate all the steps of production.
Screen Actors Guild Awards nominees Lavell Crawford (Breaking Bad) and Matt Walsh (VEEP) were on hand to discuss the award.
Director/ Producer: Alex Orellana/ SpyGame Studios
Reporter: Joslyn Davis/ Clevver
Camera Operator: Alex Orellana/ SpyGame Studios