Awwww. One of the pictures sent in from Mrs. Faversham’s first grade class over at Admiral Farragut Elementary on Torren-5’s third moon.
Prisoners are a resourceful bunch. And, occasionally, violent. Arts & Crafts classes offer them a great venue for their hidden talents.
Some of the Do’s and Don’t’s on Hyperion-8. Missing: “Bathing caps must be worn when entering the prison swimming pool”.
Medical supplies. Or futuristic pudding containers. You’ll find out in 2016!
Today, we made Elliot Sokolsky model one of the prison tattoos we’re considering for our opener. At first, he was all like: “It’s temporary, right?” And, of course, we were all like: “The temporary ones aren’t as convincing and our viewers demand realism.” Anyway, it all worked out in the end. Except for Elliot who we had to let go because the production charter prohibits us from employing individuals with gang designations, even if they are fictitious futuristic gang designations.
Other things we accomplished today: the Episode 201 Art Department meeting, the Episode 201 stunts and SPFX meeting, the Episode 201 wardrobe meeting, more casting, AND I hit the 50 page mark of this script. Transfer Transit 3.0!
On tap tomorrow: the Episode 201 VFX meeting, the Episode 201 background meeting, the Episode 201 location look-see, the Episode 201 schedule meeting. AND I’ll hopefully complete work on the fifth act of this script.
Hey, check this out. That jerk THREE is played by a pretty big-hearted Anthony Lemke: