Saturday, January 21, 2006

Chickens and Pooh

Thanks to everyone who gave me feedback on the Chickens launch…much appreciated. Episode 3 was shot this afternoon and episode 4 will probably be the ten panel first showdown between the chickens and the tanks as they meet.

Moving into multiple composite shots as the script demands more varied locations but it’s progressing quicker now as most of the styling elements have been decided on. Its those ones that really take the longest because you have to um and ah a lot and take decisions that are going to effect how the rest of the work blends into one whole piece. Being able to do rough edits with the workstation next to the blue screen set is useful too.

Last night we were shopping for a new nabe, literally ‘pot’ in English and Fumiko spied a lost little pooh bear toy sitting in a puddle in a huge parking lot. Looking as forlorn and sad as he did, the toy was subsequently picked up, squeezed out, put into a plastic bag, taken home, washed, dried and will be moving into his new home at Fumiko’s in a few days. He looks much happier now.

Thanks to everyone who gave me feedback on the Chickens launch…much appreciated. Episode 3 was shot this afternoon and episode 4 will probably be the ten panel first showdown between the chickens and the tanks as they meet.

Moving into multiple composite shots as the script demands more varied locations but it’s progressing quicker now as most of the styling elements have been decided on. Its those ones that really take the longest because you have to um and ah a lot and take decisions that are going to effect how the rest of the work blends into one whole piece. Being able to do rough edits with the workstation next to the blue screen set is useful too.

Last night we were shopping for a new nabe, literally ‘pot’ in English and Fumiko spied a lost little pooh bear toy sitting in a puddle in a huge parking lot. Looking as forlorn and sad as he did, the toy was subsequently picked up, squeezed out, put into a plastic bag, taken home, washed, dried and will be moving into his new home at Fumiko’s in a few days. He looks much happier now.

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