This article features the most daunting problem we ran into while making Monster Roll Cage back in 2004.
Because of my photography and photo-editing background, I’ve decided to get into doing headshots for people. I figured I first better prove that I can do it. So through an elaborate rig, I took a few pictures using only natural light with my camera outside and me inside. Then I did all of the expected “touch ups” by turning even my skin into a mannequins. I hope to be doing more photography work in the future!
Our short film “The Exotic Misadventures of Beatrix” performed quite well at the Project Twenty1 screening and award ceremony last night!
Awards: Best Film, Best Music, Audience Award (Blue screening)
Nominations: Best Acting, Best Sound Design, Best Use of Element
See it here:
A Bowser-wannabe, eager to upgrade his castle security, runs into a crafty and seductive saleswoman.
For this project, I did all of the editing, effects, 3D modeling, sound design, and mixing. Kevin handled the music. This ending scene was especially epic and took a very long time to figure out how to do. But, I got to reunite with an old BFF: Lightwave.
In a turn-based universe, a group of adventurers and a monster learn to work together… while they wait for the Wizard to finally make his move.
I did the aerial shooting in the beginning and end, sound, editing, mixing, and visual effects for this project. Once again, Kevin did the music!