I've got good news and bad news.
I've been chipping away more and more at DANIEL and I'm getting so close. However, I still have a lot to do and not much time. Now I know you must be thinking I have plenty of time seeing as I've got well over a month until the release date. FALSE! There is a lot of complicated stuff I have to do to prepare this DVD and get it sent in and okay'd. My goal is to finish the DVD completely by the 25th and have it on it's way to the distributor. It will then take 20 business days to process and I want to make sure I have time if anything goes wrong.
So in short I've got 11 days to finish a DVD and I have yet to finish the film.
I'm getting there. I have one scene to re-shoot and I need a few shots to finish one scene. Then Jamie has to send in the visual effects shots, I can edit them and I have a basic film. Then I have to make music add any extra sounds I need. Review it. Export it. Get all of the special features done. Make a DVD. Send it out. And the rest is up to God...or a bunch of guys who have to sit and watch a sock puppet movie to make sure they want to distribute it. :P
There will not be a TMAS this week as scheduled. Jamie has been sick throughout the latter part of this week. It's done a number on his voice and is making him lethargic. There is also the fact that we are trying to find a new recording time. The transition has been a bit weird. We are trying to make the show weekly and that should start happening soon. We've just been hitting some speed bumps. So give us time, we're working on it and there should be an episode if not NEXT week, then in the regular time scheduled for the next episode.
All the work I have to do on DANIEL may drag down my ability to shoot another video. I'll try to do something. But I can't promise that I will get something done. If I can't get a skit out, I'm pretty sure I have some sort of special extra video laying around that I could upload in it's place. But I do realize that is kinda lame and I'm sorry.
I'll try my best to turn out something good.
-Tyler W. Moore