One of the goals producing Dead Drift was to create a science fiction series without relying too much on green screen sets. There is something about the environment of a physical set that creates a much more rich, textural world. It benefits the actors by making them feel as if they are really in a space ship, and creates a look that feels much more “real” than backgrounds composited on green screen. Construction of the sets has been the most time consuming aspect of creating Dead Drift, but the result has been well worth it. Dead Drift exists in a series of remarkable looking environments that really sell the idea of Banks and Morris being on a space ship floating around the Solar system. The art department deserves a lot of credit for the look and feel of Dead Drift. Here are some behind the scenes photo galleries showcasing the construction of each set in the series.