Originally, D'Argo walked the catwalk three times. On the missing time, director Andrew Prowse played a stunt Crichton who replaced John before a catastrophic fall.
The animation in "Revening Angel" was done by Yoram Gross-EMTV which was founded by the father of Guy Gross, Farscape's composer.
Guy Gross's music for the animation sections is heavily influenced by Carl Stalling, who composed the scores for many Loony Tunes cartoons.
Although this was a Moya-based episode, Claudia Black was asked if she would make a brief cameo as Aeryn. She wore a stunning outfit to give Ben Browder his eyelines for the filming.
Each of the actors who were animated was given a framed animation cell showing him or her in character with the name "Ozme Toons" at the top.
The Marilyn Monroe version of Aeryn combines the iconic "billowy skirts" image from the film The Seven Year Itch with Monroe's infamous rendition of Happy Birthday, Mr. President sung to John F. Kennedy.
The animated Aeryn walks like a figure from Japanese anime, because the lead animator working on her was Japanese, and always moved his characters in that way.
Some of the storyboards for the animated sequences were done by Jon McCoenahan, who trained the current animators working on Loony Tunes characters for Warner Brothers.