At last, the episode we’ve been working on for 10 months is out! yay!
I’m thinking I’m going to try and do a mystery quilt this fall/winter. So far, the rest of the year looks like this: Work Film for two (going on 3?) web series Read some fantasy books on my list (or if all else fails, comic books – I did this last year when I was working,
I wasn’t sure how the new set up was really going to work until I tried it. As weird as it is not filming and releasing an episode every week (today would have been dedicated to writing and brainstorming) I’ve found that I’ve actually been able to come up with more creative ideas, and more
I’ve been needing (and meaning) to make a portfolio site to show off my work – both creatively and industrially for a while now. I’ve had a barely-used subdomain for uploading art to for a while that served as a gallery, kinda. I use flickr, so the wordpress-installed-sub was almost never used. Last night, I
Last night, I released (and made) the first ever episode of KieryGeek! Before we reach the two-minute mark, I announced some really cool, really exciting book news. I’m on Amazon!!! With an author profile connected to my book and everything. The link is now updated under “The Balloon Lady (book) > The Book” link in
We’ve been loosely taking behind the scenes footage of our filmmaking process on our iphones. I’ve been mostly taking pictures. Over the last couple weeks I’ve sewn three cloaks, a bag, and a sheath. Aside from making costume accessories, the other thing that we’ve been doing that we realized is kind of invaluable for filming
Saturday we did some wrap up of basic pre-production stuff, and then went outside and started filming. We didn’t stay out too long, because we were freezing, but we managed to finish a scene in 30-40 takes, and get some fun behind-the-scenes footage of costumes/hair and make up, and I managed to grab a couple