September 4th, 2007
Neil said thru the headset "That is... a wrap" and so I said to the studio "Ladies and gentlemen, that's a wrap" and I didn't even need to cue any hoorays because there they were.
Red Shift, Interplanetary Do-Gooder in Mission 1: The Terror of Terra-Khan is, as they say, in the can. A full radio drama serial in four episodes featuring voices and sound effects and action and laffs and a vaguely-purplish box of cereal. All that's left is post, pickups, publicity and podcasting. Plus a word for merchandising that begins with "p" and isn't "pimping."
This has been my creative nugget for over a year now, but unlike so many other projects, it's become one that finally escaped from Development Limbo. This is due to a whole cadre of talented, intelligent, funny and dedicated people who brought their time, energy, voices, whip-wielding, and other such useful skills to turn the nugget into something real and true and coming soon to an RSS feed near you. It's happened. We did it. We have a show.
More to come, and more mad props to give, when I'm not so goddamn exhausted.
I googled the word "phonemonkeys" and found your journal. How odd.
Even odder, I grew up in and around Northampton. I miss Packard's and the Iron Horse and the long-departed Myer's Eatery (as well as the Museum of Sequential Art, rest its merry glownig-eyed gargoyle.)
Are you a monkey of the phone persuasion as well, as phonemonkey
and myself have often been, past or present?
(glownig, of course, is a special kind of color and the very shade of color that the gargoyle's eyes glowed at night.)
|Date:||September 5th, 2007 02:07 pm (UTC)|| |
Excellent! I'm rubbing my hands in anticipation of a good old-fashioned RKO-style funfest...
I can't wait to hear it.
BTW, If you're ever looking for voice cast for a future project, please allow me to audition. I have really been wanting to break into that business! :)
purveying... p... I feel like I should know another.