I haven’t posted in a long while so I have a lot of catching up to do.
Act 6 will feature the shortest and most expensive scenes in POSERS. I’ve built the largest two sets that I can fit in my tiny studio. They’re roughly 84 inches long, 32 inches tall, and 48 inches deep.
The first set is the exterior of a fictional theater at Charles de Gaulle airport in Paris, complete with an elaborate LED lighting scheme.
The second set is the adjacent grand entry hall with enormous picture windows overlooking the tarmac. That set will feature an animated, motorized moving walkway that I am custom-building.
Both of these subscenes will feature my most ambitious work yet. Or at least that’s how it always feels during the terror of preproduction.
Today I spent hours addressing the additional requirements of my trademark examiner.