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
As chief costumer for Phantom Moose Films, I enjoy turning out good costumes. As the oldest actor, I enjoy wearing cool costumes. As the movie’s only villain (unless you count the monster) I wanted to make a different impression. Combine all this, and you get Reyshar, the evil wielder of Chocolate. Read More
I’m here to give all you out there who are reading this a look at what the Phantom Moose crew is like on a set. I’ll be covering an outdoor expedition.
Well, before we can even leave to get to the shooting location, we have to pack. On this particular shoot, we put everything together in the front room and then went to bed. The next morning we got up, ate breakfast, went over our checklist, and then piled in the cars. Read More
My mission: To make Orange Kitty’s set for iSundae. My objective: To create a set that’ll have such a visual impact it’ll knock the socks off of anyone who sees it. Sound easy? Let me walk you through the rather lengthy process. Read More