So much I haven’t posted. Everything from a nearly finished scratch built 1851 Radio controlled Schooner to my Halloween makeup of the Frankenstein Monster. Something I have been wanting to do since I was a kid but always so busy in Hollywood I never got to live that dream.
Lots of submarine work for clients.
Upgrading the edit- CGI bay at the studio. Pictures I don’t think I ever posted of us with Adam Nimoy when he visited us at the studio.
And I’m building a small radio controlled WW1 biplane. The big Enterprise makes it to its owner and hangs from his ceiling. I doubt it will be the last build of this ship. Lots of stuff and I’ll try to keep it updated more often. But making a TV series is taking it’s toll on my time. http://www.butsomethingisthere.wordpress.com to learn more about that if you don’t already know.
The studio has never been more busy than today. Mary and I are having the time of our life.
And a few pictures from our TV pilot but if you want the entire story visit the blog for the show.
I’m happy to report that the last 66 inch scratch built USS Entreprise we built for our client Jerry Renolds has arrived safe and sound at his Texas residence. He has proudly displayed it along side his Enterprise D at the hallway entrance to his home theatre.
I am honored and thank Paul Butcher and John O’Leary for their help on this build which has to be the best ever in several builds of this model. It’s always nerve racking to ship and gem like this. The crate next to the Charger should give and idea of the size of the shipping package.
I need a drink or two to celebrate. Jerry thanks so much for the contract and the Honor. And you guys thought I didn’t build models anymore. Read it and weep.
I have not talked about our TV series pilot but you can learn a lot about it at the above link to our blog page.