So far I've tracked down one of the theaters showing Deep in the Darkness.
The NYC premiere will be happening at Cinema Village. The screening time will be at 9pm.
For more information about parking, directions etc you can call up the theater at 212-924-3363 or visit their website at www.cinemavillage.com
Seating's limited, so grab you ticket soon.
Hope to see you there!
Tuesday, April 22, 2014
Monday, April 21, 2014
Tuesday, April 15, 2014
My next feature is coming soon to a theater near you! Well, if you happen to be lucky enough to live near NYC or LA that is. What do you want? We're still awesomely indie. ;-)
This newest feature I production designed for the Chiller Channel with Synthetic Cinema International. This was an absolute blast to make. We were camped out in Moodus CT- slumming it in some creaking Victorian houses that were starting to show their years of neglect. This is a town who, in real life, has been home to mysterious thunderous sounds booming from inside the ground. But that, really, was just a brilliant coincidence.
Our movie is based on the novel of the same name by Micheal Liamo, which if you're too anxious to wait until the end of the month to find out more about the movie you could skip ahead and read the book: it's currently available to purchase on Amazon
Deep in the Darkness which stars Sean Patrick Thomas, Dean Stockwell, Kristen Bush, and Blanche Baker will be premiering in theaters on April 29 and on the Chiller Channel on May 23. For details on that tune in again soon.
But enough gibber gabber from me. Here's the important part, the link to the trailer on Youtube
Thursday, April 10, 2014
Tonight was figure drawing night the the MAC650 gallery.
I really need to start tracking down more drawing groups. Once a month just leaves me wanted to do more. That's probably a good thing though. :-)
So, here's the first sketch of the night, a 5 minute pose done in watercolors.
It was so nice to have a model this evening that was more on the plus side. I really enjoy drawing body shapes that aren't the general athletic build. There's a wonderful beauty in those extra curves.
At this point I was still warming up, however I'm pretty happy with how the face came out on this one. This was a 10min pose done with watercolors.
This was a 10 min pose, watercolor with pencil on top. I was really enjoying studying her hair but it was challenging trying to get those curls of hers to look fluid.
Here's the 30 minute sketch. Watercolor on paper with pencil on top. At this point during the session everyone was gently teasing me about using so many colors ('cause really, what ego driven person brings watercolors to a sketch session? This one.) So I added even more, even though I was kind of ready to monochromatic.
So for the last pose I went grey-scale. This was a 20 minute pencil sketch with a teensy bit of watercolor added to smooth out the shadows.