Tuesday, December 2, 2008

Update 12/2


Winter has brought us festivities, happiness, camaraderie, and snow. Clearly this is a big change for Matt Lenz and Joe Zohar after returning from the tropical paradise of Costa Rica.

Matt and Joe have been gone for just over a week filming the pilot episode of Eco-Spots, a Co-Production of Moving Box Studios and GA.GA Productions. This show about environmental awareness; it includes shots of breath-taking deserted beaches of the Pacific Ocean, completely self-sustaining eco-lodges, national marine parks, and the mountains of Costa Rica. After a week of filming, the team walked away with great footage and production stills. The pilot episode is scheduled for completion this week and it will air in March in LifeStyle TV.

Joe has recently started using Photoshop’s animation timeline sequence for Chalk Outlines. It has allowed the artists to work more effective with each other. Nicoli Schwiep and Liz McLelland have just breached the halfway point with rotoscoping for the film. It’s looking as if a first fine cut will be complete for December 15th, and will be followed by a first trailer. Liz will produce promotional material using graphic design.

Nicoli's Robobots is coming to fruition. He is currently putting the final touches on the first draft script of the origin story of the gigantic killer Robobots. The character designs are also on lock and some images will be posted on the blog soon.

The Java promo is also almost completely done, but a release date has not yet been set.

The principal photography of Tom Knight’s Elephants Lullaby is complete. All that’s remaining in production is the shading of the characters, which will be finished soon by Liz.

Olympus Burger HD is more than halfway converted, with 8 of the 15 scenes in HD. According to Joe and Chris, the fight scene is almost completely converted to HD and is looking awesome.

Looking towards the future, Days of Our Lamps 2 is going back into production THIS WEEK and is looking at a tentative release date of early 2009.

Stay Tuned.

1 comment:

Manoj Sharma said...

Nightlife in Conil de la Frontera
Not only the beaches of Conil de la Frontera is very famous but also the exuberant nightlife attracts many people.

Most of the bars and discos are located in the old town of Conil de la Frontera. Every night here is mixed with people of Conil tourists. Age does not matter. Along the promenade are also good places for a drink after sunset or nighttime dancing.

According to the Spanish schedule would not normally be returned to the beach before 8 and then fill up the restaurants until 11 pm.

As of 11 pm worth it to turn around the bars of the old town of Conil. Before 1 the discos do not open the doors and before the 2 not worth going to one. When the bars close (usually about 4 am) start to fill the discos with people who likes to dance.

About 8 am the last nightclubs have closed, and to be prepared and rested for the next night should take into account the option of going to bed now.
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