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Warren
Posted: January 4th, 2021, 3:29pm Report to Moderator
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Very cool work, Warren. I can't wait to get my hands on a printed copy.

Here's a sample of a current piece that's being illustrated for me. Some may remember 'Saints and Sinners' from a OWC that required the use of playing cards in a church? Gil (the artist) Murillo sent me a link to a time lapse of him creating one of the pages:

https://youtu.be/6mzdzmQjPyM

The finished work may end up being 15-17 pages, my longest yet. It'll still be a few months before it's done. Stay tuned to SS for a link in the future.....


Wow, awesome page, John. I'm guessing this is a self-funded piece because it's a bit long for Hyper Epics format, or are they branching out?


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Man - the dude is a real artist.


100%


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Wow, awesome page, John. I'm guessing this is a self-funded piece because it's a bit long for Hyper Epics format, or are they branching out?


Yes, self-funding this one. Gil and I have collaborated on a number of comics so far and we're thinking of putting out an anthology of our works after this one. Hyper Epics did publish a six-pager (double issue!) of Badman this past year but that was pushing it.

Gil's going to continue doing his time-lapse videos and posting them on YouTube for the hell of it. Dave's right, he's 100%.
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Speaking of the Shaka comic, check out the prelim pencils on pages 26 and 27 of issue #2.

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John, how's your comic book project tracking? Any updates you can share?


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Looking good, Warren


My Scripts can all be seen here:

http://dlambertson.wix.com/scripts
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Looking good, Warren


Thanks, Dave. I'm constantly blown away by Eli's work.


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I was the assistant director for my friend's short film coming out on Vimeo this Thursday. It stars Thomas Nicholson of The Haunting of Bly Manor and it is a fun little neo noir chiller. I also did VFX for it and helped with pretty much every stage of the process. So, not my short, but it feels like mine.  

The-Hidden-Premiere


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Very cool!


My Scripts can all be seen here:

http://dlambertson.wix.com/scripts
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I was the assistant director for my friend's short film coming out on Vimeo this Thursday. It stars Thomas Nicholson of The Haunting of Bly Manor and it is a fun little neo noir chiller. I also did VFX for it and helped with pretty much every stage of the process. So, not my short, but it feels like mine.  

The-Hidden-Premiere


Nice one, Rene, will check it out when it's available.


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I was the assistant director for my friend's short film coming out on Vimeo this Thursday. It stars Thomas Nicholson of The Haunting of Bly Manor and it is a fun little neo noir chiller. I also did VFX for it and helped with pretty much every stage of the process. So, not my short, but it feels like mine.  

The-Hidden-Premiere


Sweet!


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Awesome, Rene!


An example of my writing...

FOR SATAN - short, horror, 14 pgs (revised draft) - A group of thrill-seekers explore a creepy old house on Halloween night. Think you know this story? Think again.
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Here it is! "The Hidden" starring Thomas Nicholson (Bly Manor), Zakiah Dumansky, Bruce Blain (Riverdale), and Mark James. I was assistant director and did some VFX for it.


The Hidden from Matthew Leigh on Vimeo.



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That was a very well made short, Rene. Definitely one to be proud of. The story is a little done and the male lead was quite wooden but nevertheless a great little film.

Congrats!


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That was a very well made short, Rene. Definitely one to be proud of. The story is a little done and the male lead was quite wooden but nevertheless a great little film.

Congrats!


Thanks! I also thought the male lead was being too subtle but the director liked it that way. It's a POC for a feature that has a much better story to it, which I helped with. I'll get to help film that too.


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