Yes, and a very jovial greetings to all bloggers and bloggees. I have returned from the continent of South America with many tales from afar, all of which shall be generously condensed into a collection of photographs and 'witty' one liners. Please don't think that I am hoodwinking you folks with an abrupt album - I am only showing you a small portion because, after all, this is an animation blog. And boy do I have news on the animation front.
|Unfortunately, there were a few floaters.|
|This was actually a very steep|
hill. A backpackers nightmare!
|Getting lost on an island. I see potential for a TV series!|
|It's huge! Buenos Aires is pretty|
big as well.
|I found these guys after being legless|
the night before.
|Old Lima was looking very grand.|
|Cusco in Peru really shone for us.|
|Due to laziness, we arranged this cardboard|
cut-out to be taken to the summit.
|Nothing like messing about on the river.|
|'What do they have in there.. King Kong?'|
But as I finished my first shift, which comprised of Steve driving me around Coventry, teaching me how to talk (with supposed panache) to people and enlightening them in the ways of sandwich service, I received a call off Barbara from the Factory Transmedia Studios. There was work for me! This was such a lifeline, especially due to my worry that the studio may have others involved with the current projects.
I have been working on the new production Scream Street of which I'm very excited about. The style and colours are very vibrant and I've been given some pretty cool things to make for the sets. I obviously can't reveal much (but are you surprised?!). So essentially that was the big piece of animation related news... and I can't tell you anything about it! But I shall indulge briefly on what this means for me as a freelance model maker. This may help you, or it may not; or it might begin to help you before getting suddenly distracted by
|Water colour painting of Tatooine. More fantasy-|
based landscapes on the way!