iSundae has a lot of odd scenes and characters that were drawn from our wild imaginations. But the one that always stands out is Cheese Soufflé. Often, after somebody sees the scene, we get the question, “How did you do that?” Read More
Or nightmares, as the case may be. If this chocolate box were to actually be filled with chocolate, it would be somewhere in the neighborhood of eighteen pounds of chocolate. Let’s not even go there, shall we? Read More
Before we even started shooting iSundae, I thought it’d be fun to merge my two favorite hobbies of LEGO® and movie-making. Read More
Well, my part in the Kitty set was considerably smaller than Rebekah’s. I stood on the sidelines and cheered her on for most of the time, and contributed help here and there when I was able.
The wainscoting and wallpaper were probably the largest items I helped with. The wainscoting is tons of little strips of cardboard, which I would then glue onto a paper base in the form of panels.
Okay, the actors are in position, but when Ruth looks through the camera, all the colors are way off. She calls for a routine white balance check. This simply means that we hold up a white card and tell the camera that this is, in fact, white. (For some reason, it doesn’t seem to know this!) Read More