17 August, 2007


Sorry I haven't posted for a while, been as busy as a dozen posties (yes, I've done 2 hours work this week).

Mark, the director chap is locked in the editing suite just now (located in the penthouse of Stirton Towers), whacking the film together in Final Cut Pro. I have to squeeze tuna sandwiches under the door to keep him going and produce fake newspapers for the end credits of the movie. I can't put any of the covers up here yet as they will kind of spoil the end of the film for people.

Filming some major carnage in the next few weeks, with body parts a go-go! I'm doing the make-up and being stuck on top of the pile like a big bleedy clarkie cherry on a corpse cake: so more syrup smelling fun for me and the boys. I'll post photos from that if they're not too gross.

Well I'm off again, but like that American bloke said 'I will return.'


allen said...

Oh show us the gross stuff! Posted some more stuff. We killed Brittany...

Michael G Clark said...

Oh no they've killed Brittany! Or was that Kenny.

I'm not sure if our photographer chap, Mark Wyness is going to be at the shoot. I'll get some photos with my cam if he's not.

Lauren Reeser said...

Hey, WWII costumes have their own set of challenges!

I see you've wandered onto Noah's blog...he's a San Jose State alumn, like me...we don't know each other personally, but he's somebody I look up to as well :-).

allen said...

re: CG output. That should do GREAT! Can't wait. Ted says that the out put should be perfect...any chance a 'flyer' could get struck by lightning?

Also, I never did get the Planet movie in the mail. The crew is really looking forward to seeing it...it may have gotten lost. Is there some place I can buy it?

Michael G Clark said...

Hi Lauren,

Noah's stuff is amazing, an artist mate put me onto him a while ago. I'm waiting for that book he's working on to come out, looks like it will be fun.

I'm always in awe of anyone who can use pastels and not make it look like they've drawn with their knee or something.