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Behind the Scenes

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This is the behind the scenes subpage for Brewster.
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Background information[]

Brewster is a fictional diesel locomotive created by Sarah Ball.

He is one of the main characters of the series, and has appeared since the first episode, Can't Catch Koko.

Brewster is based on a British Class 23 Steel Mill logistics locomotive as well as a British Class 55 nicknamed "Deltic" (sans the rear cab), and is painted blue with yellow lining and highlights, brass wipers and horn along with blue-grey wheel trucks and yellow hub-caps, though the latter would later be changed to a black colour.

CGI models[]

First series model[]

In 2007, Brewster was designed and modelled by Volume Studios in the 3D modelling software Sketchup during the production of the first series. The model was later exported to another software, Maya, for animation.[1]

When Brewster joined the Chuggineers in the fourth series, a newer model replaced the first series model. Throughout the fourth series, Brewster's first series model was used in scenes in which Brewster was not wearing the Chuggineer work gear. Beginning with the fifth series, Brewster's first series model was completely retired due to the fourth series model being used for all of Brewster's appearances. However, Brewster's first series model was still used in storyboards of the fifth series.[2]

Modifications[]

Details[]

Notes[]

  • Brewster's jaw is supposed to move on a hinge, but the hinge is static in actuality. As a result, Brewster's side is raised whenever Brewster is smiling.

Fourth series model[]

In 2012, Brewster's model was revised in order to scale better with the new characters introduced in the fourth series. In addition to proportional changes, the model also received the Chuggineer work gear and livery, consisting of hazard stripes and a Chuggineer horn. The fourth series model was modelled completely in Maya.

Beginning with the fifth series, a version of Brewster's fourth series model without the Chuggineer work gear replaced the first series model.

Modifications[]

  • Series 4:
    • He increases in size.
    • His body becomes slightly less tall.
    • His brow gains the ability to move, allowing his face to move in coordination with his wipers.
    • His wheel trucks and chassis become black.
    • His axles change colour from dark blue to grey.
    • His trainee plaque is removed.
    • His horn changes design to that of a Chuggineer one. (Chuggineer model only)
    • He gains hazard stripes. (Chuggineer model only)
    • The vents adjacent to his cheeks are replaced with pop-up headlights. (Chuggineer model only)

Details[]

Texture variants[]

In addition to his standard livery, several other texture variants exist of Brewster's CGI model. These texture variants include:

Voice actors[]

  • Charlie George (UK; Seasons 1-3)
  • Toby Davies (UK; Seasons 4-5)
  • Harry Reeve (UK; Season 6 only, speaking voice)
  • Avi Le Brocq (UK; Season 6 only, singing voice)
  • Miles J Harvey (US; Seasons 1-5)
  • Jacks Dean (US; Season 6 only)
  • Karina Parra (Latin America; Seasons 1-3)
  • Patricio Pinet (Latin America; Season 6 only)
  • Pedro Soares (Brazil; Seasons 1-3)
  • Danilo Diniz (Brazil; Season 6 only)
  • Noam Tal (Israel; Hop! dub)
  • Wit Apostolakis-Gluziński (Poland; Season 1 only)
  • Jan Piotrowski (Poland; Seasons 2-3)
  • Jakub Zdrójkowski (Poland; Season 4 only)
  • Jakub Jóźwik (Poland; Season 5-Chuggington: Little Trainees)
  • Antoni Domin (Poland; Season 6 only)
  • Paweł Szymański (Poland; Sleepyhead Koko-Brewster's Greatest Gift, singing voice)
  • Olga Łasak (Poland; Chuggington: Badge Quest, Polsat JimJam dub)
  • Manuel Meli (Italy)
  • Daniel Galo (Los Angeles Spanish dub)
  • Juuso Salmen (Finland; Seasons 1-2)
  • Kristen Shalaveci (Albania)
  • Rina Satō (Japan)
  • Natalya Kaznacheyeva (Russia)
  • Csongor Szalay (Hungary)
  • Tom Trouffier (France and French speaking Canada; Seasons 1-3)
  • Joffrey Pradin (France and French speaking Canada; Seasons 4-5)
  • Raphaëlle Bruneau (France and French speaking Canada; Season 6 only)
  • Frano Mašković (Croatia)
  • Ludvig Olavson Omre (Norway)
  • Sara Vivas (Spain)
  • Mia Diekow (Germany; Seasons 1-5)
  • Sophie Lechtenbrink (Germany; Season 6 only)
  • Chrysa Diamantopoulou (Greece)
  • Peter de Kroon (The Netherlands; Seasons 1-2)
  • Valentijn Banga (The Netherlands; Seasons 3-5)
  • Yang Jeong Hwa (South Korea)
  • Flora Miranda (Portugal; JimJam dub)
  • Ilinca Ghimbășan (Romania)
  • William Klink Rasmussen (Denmark; Season 6 only)

References[]

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