The first episode of the web series is all but wrapped up. I’m really happy with how its turned out but I still have some colorgrading and music to add before I post it. In the meantime, I’m preparing for the next day of shooting.
I have a different friend who’s willing to participate this upcoming Wednesday. That’s not a for sure thing, however, as he lives quite far from me and there’s also a statewide stay-at-home order here in California.
Regardless, I’m formulating plans for the second episode. I want to get ahead of the curve so that I can post regularly to youtube. It’s no secret that consistent & regular post help you build an audience on social media.
I don’t want to give the plot to the first episode away entirely, but I’ll share some of it with you in case you’re interested in my process. In episode 1, My character’s wife has gone missing, so he kidnaps a hiker with a high index of suspicion that the hiker was involved in her disappearance. My character believes this hiker has links to a mysterious cult that performs human sacrifices deep in the wilderness. The first episode takes place in my characters barn yard-turned-prison cell. The second episode will take place at one of the locations below. I went on a hike today and took some pictures around the area I’m considering. Feel free to share any ideas for which area I should select for the episode. As of now I’m limited to myself and one other actor.
So, there you have it – a regular trail with scenic background, a pet cemetery, and an unused dog walking park. Also that rustic looking barn. Not sure which spot I’ll use, but I need to figure that out first before I can develop an episode for it. I’ll also need a reason for me and the other actor to be at that spot, searching for clues about my character’s wife’s disappearance. I better get it sorted out quick, because my golden day to film is only a handful of days away.
I can’t wait to see the finished product, Congratulations
Now I’m off to provide more content for my blog.
At the very least my posts should help the world with insomnia.
Haha cool ill be checking it out.
I think pet cemeteries are neither creepy nor cute. I think they’re sad, lonely. No one ever visits them.
You’re absolutely right. a major theme of my story is the debilitating effects of suspicion. Maybe that’s the spot to incorporate. Thank you!
You stop by my blog and I just wanted to say how much I enjoy your gavatar of you with you arm slung over your girl’s shoulder. It always makes me smile.
Thank you kathy! I told my girlfriend that and you made her day. That was a really sweet comment, I’m thrilled to make you smile. Thank you!