Hey everyone I'm here to- Yeah. We all know what this is about.
LIFE IN THE BAG:
New video. SEE IT HERE! As you will be able to tell by the written commentary, I don't hate this one, but I'm not enthralled about it. But yeah, check it out.
We will be doing a bit of tweaking with the show. After talking it over with Jamie we have decided to do a few things that we think will improve the show. We are considering these first 10 or so episodes to be sort of a testing stage. We are going to play around a bit and try new things. I will explain it all in the upcoming episode so no need to do it here.
Things are about to get pretty crazy for me. I'll make sense of that soon enough. But I'm tired and I'm about to become more tired as I make a bunch of calls, send a bunch of emails and texts, do a bunch of paper work, run around making sure I have things, make thousands of lists and probably get a few disappointments along the way.
Wish me luck.
-Tyler W. Moore
The new TMAS episode is out. Give it a listen...
As you do so, you'll notice some changes. Of course we talk about some of it in the episode but here's an overview.
Since school started for her it has gone from difficult to get Lacie to come in for the show to near impossible. Jamie and I can't just keep doing lone episodes. We all agreed that it was best for Lacie to leave the show under these circumstances. She became far too busy which is something I feared. However, I THINK she will still be involved in a few projects in the future. I don't know.
But, we acted fast and decided to have her replacement be Hamish Roberts. He is a friend of Jamie's and acts in/ co-writes a lot of his videos. He's a funny dude so I think this will go over well.
There may be a few more changes as we go along. We've got ideas.
It's all up in the air right now.
I don't have anything else to say...
-Tyler W. Moore
GREETINGS! An update, from I, TO YOU!
New skit is out. WATCH IT HERE.
This is a script I wrote in 5 minutes because I thought it was random gold. But I've been holding on to it for a little over a month. It took me a few hours to shoot and edit. So this is what you get.
THE LEGEND OF DANIEL:
The audio side of the film (not including music) is done. Tori Kamal has sent in the narration and the other voice actors have sent their lines in. With this all cut correctly in looks as if the film will be just a little over 20 minutes (not including credits).
is just a toy...what...
To get all basic and such with you, I'm really just taking the rest of these skits as they come a lot like I did with this last one. I'm still in a bit of a weird stage with everyone just now starting school and of course focusing my attention on a bigger project. So for right now, things may be smaller and lonesome. Which isn't always bad (Doug, Shaving, etc.). But I'll see if I can't get some other people in to do stuff.
Alright, I got this out of the way. Now I can go pop some pop corn, crack open a Vanilla Cola and watch Vegeta kick the dog shit out of some androids.
-Tyler W. Moore
DRAWING WITH TYLER:
It's finally over!!! You can see the series finale HERE.
I can't tell you how disappointed I am with this season. I'm just glad that I can finally bury this series. Unfortunately, I have to deal with the fact that I ended it on a bad note. Not only that, but the fact that in the 5 weeks I used it to buy for myself, I got next to nothing done. Which leads me to this...
What can I say? I didn't get much done. It's been a rough 5 weeks, even longer than that. I have one skit that is entirely done. But it is being saved for later.
I can say that I have everything for the most part (with one skit spot to fill) planned all the way through November. But in terms of having things done, I'm a ways a way from that.
The next video you see is actually being shot tonight...or the next day...or they day before it comes out. I don't know, I've become I horrible procrastinator with these things. Like I said before, things are going to get harder now that everyone else is back in school and that definitely did happen. Any time I see people now, I want it to be about having fun, not about scripts and skits and deadlines and stress. It's impossible to pull everyone together at once. Where am I going with this? I don't even know.
The point is, things are a bit cluster fucked right now. But you can count on a minimal amount of stability that holds the fortnightly skits and podcast episodes in place and the large amount of effort that is being put into "The Legend of Daniel" currently to make it happen and go off without a hitch.
-Tyler W. Moore