Thank you everyone for your support. We are looking forward to 2010 as the year that Project London is unleashed on an unsuspecting planet. To prepare ourselves for the onslaught, and to enjoy a bit of the holidays, we're going to take a break from blogging through the holidays.
Added by Phil McCoy on December 19, 2009 at 2:42pm — No Comments
This week smelled like something that had been dead for about three and a half years. Lie. I was utterly repulsed by what I saw today, and I no longer have any faith in this project. Lie. I wish to assault physically the last three years. But that's an intangible object. So I'm taking it to the streets. Lie.
Nate Taylor and I are tackling the hardest shots left in the movie—based on our estimates. After this, it's all downhill (is that the right word choice? I don't think it's the right wordchoice).
Added by Ian Hubert on December 17, 2009 at 9:58am — No Comments
Last night at the Sunset, Half Acre Day played an epic set including all my favorite songs and a bunch of new songs destined to be new favorites. Great fun. This morning we listened to a few more tracks from Ed and Dan. We are winding down with syncing and scrubbing dialogue, really in fact, it's basically done. I'm now very anxious to get the ADR tracks into the timeline.
This week is... exactly like all the weeks of the last few months! Still animating the final battle, and things are looking great! I'm currently compositing a shot from Nate Taylor, involving giant beasts and big missiles.
Added by Ian Hubert on December 10, 2009 at 8:29pm — No Comments
Jusk knocking around the Interweb, I stumbled accross Lunch Bag Art. This wonderful artist creates new artwork for his kids' lunch bags every day. I thought it would be so cool to see Arizona on a lunch bag, I sent him an email asking about the possibility. 24 hours later, this illustration (below) was sent to me. And now it's on… Continue
Whew! That Thanksgiving was a doozy! I had four separate thanksgiving dinners, I think—nice to finally be back in the swing of things (and I have to admit, it'll be nice to stop being perpetually stuffed).
Added by Ian Hubert on December 2, 2009 at 2:04pm — No Comments