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If you’re looking for a fun, educational way for your kids to spend a week’s worth of summer this year why not check out the creative writing camp at Studio 105 presented by Imagination Machine! I could tell you all about it, but they have a fun video that does a much better job.
New testimonials from the first month of my new class at Studio 105 in Long Beach!
We are taking sign-ups for May and classes begin May 7th. Hope to see you there!
May Scene Study classes are now forming at Studio 105!
Come learn character development, how to read a scene and how to find “the clues.’
Classes begin May 8th and go for four weeks.
Visit the Studio 105 website for more details!
Check out this reel of some of the work that we’re doing over at Studio 105. This is a reel of some of the exercises we did for the first week of improv month.
Big thanks to the students who let us show their work!
Vistit here to learn more: Studio 105 in Long Beach.
Curtis Andersen’s on-camera acting class begins on Wednesday April 3rd from 7-9pm. For the April session the class will focus on improvisation and getting used to being on camera. Great for new students and seasoned professionals. Sign up is usually $250 for the first month, but if you use the code phrase “Super Blog” when you sign up between now and April 2nd you can get 30% off and pay only $175!
Spots are filling up so visit the Studio 105 site today and register!
It’s been a while but we have a few new updates to share, and a tease for even more to come.
YouTube is now offering new channel upgrades to maintain brand continuity across media platforms like phones, tablets and internet-enabled televisions – and we’re taking full advantage of it! Please visit the WiggyWebs channel and check out our new look, new playlists and, coming soon, NEW CONTENT!
Also, we’ve been revamping this page in stages. You can now directly get to the WiggyWebs channel but just clicking on the tab here on the home page. Soon you’ll be able to do the same thing for all of the projects and go directly to their individual pages.
In Pom Pom news, we are actively working with groups all across the country to make sure we get this movie made. The last bit of the storyboards will be completed soon, and we should have some art previews this summer. Watch this space for new updates.
Sorry this is so quick, but there’s a lot of work to do. More soon!
Rene and I are proud doggy parents. When we can we like to help less fortunate dogs find good homes. Recently we were asked to help raise awareness about the Save-A-Life animal rescue. The county has required them to remove the 86 dogs on the property until new permits can be filed and issued. If you are familiar with rescues and how they work you know this is a monumental task. Take a look at this video and follow THIS LINK & THIS LINK to help.
Quick update today featuring some of the great concept art by our storyboard artist Gary Yap. You can see more of his other work here: Art Over Life Studios.
Wouldn’t you hate to meet this in a dark alley… or lightly forested cheer camp?
I know we’ve been toying with updates for months now and that we keep making promises and not keeping them.
It sucks and it’s horrible and I’m sorry, but we’re getting ready to make it up to you.
For a while now we’ve been teasing about new images, product partners and movie info. Some of you have been messaging the Facebook page and Tweeting asking when everything will be released or more information will become known.
I’m happy to say that, since it is the season for scaring, we’re ready to start sharing.
Over the last few months there has been a lot of behind the scenes work. New budgets, meeting talent, meeting crew, storyboarding, storyboarding, and more storyboarding. There have been production meetings, production headaches and production holds. Some things have been great, others frustrating but what it is all boiling down to is that we are anxious to get this movie made and we’re running out of people who can tell us “no.”
I am please to be able to show off a few pages of the storyboards as they are being done! These pages, along with the rest, are being put into a program that creates a very simple animatic so we can see how the scenes play out. So far we like what we see.
Also, we are starting to receive some new concept art from our storyboard artists Gary Yap – We’ll post that soon.
Before we go I’d also like to introduce you to our product partners who have been generous enough to work with us on this project.
Kherb Appeal is a delicious snack replacement that’s less than 50 calories and will keep you feeling full for 3-4 hours! Plus it has all those vitamins you’re not getting, when you’re restricting calories (dieting). 1/2 your Daily Value (DV) of 19 essential vitamins and minerals.
This just might be the help you need..to succeed!
I have personally tried this and it is quite tasty, and I’m a guy who doesn’t care for “diet” food at all. It can be a shake or a pudding and works well for fitness enthusiasts whether cheerleader, coach or creepy principal who’s trying to maintain a youthful appearance thirty plus years after his prime…
Like their Facebook Page and visit their site at KherbAppeal.com.
Our second partner is fashion designer Julie Hansen. We will be using her Sleeve warm-up for the cheerleaders in the film. More pics and features on that later, for now just know that the girls will look quite fashionable as they are stalked in the woods.
More to come over the next few weeks! Don’t forget to check out the Facebook page!