Holy crap! I’ve have less than a month to prepare for my move to Toronto! I’ve got all next week, then about a week or so after I get back from Japan to get all my affairs in order. To quote
comic strip heroine Cathy actor David Blue: “Ack!”. The production will probably take me into June of 2015 and, unless I can convince my buddy Ivon to swing by the house to root through all of my old files and compile my 2014 bank statements, I’d probably better off amassing everything now and dropping it off with my accountant before I leave town. And I still need to find somewhere to live over there!
And find someone to live over here!
Also, the dogs need to go on a crash diet!
And I’ve got a script to finish before I head to Tokyo. Fortunately, I’m well on pace. Today, I completed what will probably be the most challenging scene of episode 12 and am sitting comfortably at the P.26 mark. We segue from this to the ship then back to the facility and…END ACT II! The big visual effects sequence we have planned for this episode is going to be CRAZY cool.
By the way, the Skype three-way went splendidly. We nailed down the space station (a.k.a. the tiered mushroom) and refined the ship design (more retrofitted weaponry, gak, airlocks, and the shuttle dock). Ian, our Production Designer, said our scripts have the best cold opens (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cold_open) and tags (http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/TheTag) he’s ever read. Very kind of him to say and, hopefully, when the show airs, you’ll all have the same reaction: “This is great! I can’t wait to find out what happens this episode!” and “This is terrible! I have to wait ’til next week to find out what happens next episode!”
So, what’s happening on your end? Wrapping up any projects? Starting any new ones? Reading/watching anything interesting?