Class 5: That's a wrap!

Stick a fork in Class 5... it's Done! Surprisingly quick too. I want to say Thank you to my Mentor, Morgan Kelly, for showing us some awesome tips on acting and subtlety. That class was a great learning experience.

As for my shot, I still have a some polishing here and there, but it's just about done. I think the one major thing I've learned from this class is the importance of micro-expressions and the little subtle acting choices that make your shot stand out from the crowd. I see it as the icing on the cake, the cherry on top or the olive oil on the hummus... it just makes it so much more tastier then the average shot.

Anyway, this is a double header of a post since I've been falling behind. First, my class 4 progress reel:

And! the class 5 progress reel:

I can't tell you how much I've learned in the past two classes. And I can't wait to find out what next on the horizon for class 6. So very excited!!!


Pushing into the Polish

I'm still pushing the shot. At this point... it's hard to tell whether I like it or hate it... but I'll keep going. I'm just trying to get every shot up to speed and consistent through out the sequence. I still have a long ways to go, so stay tuned.


Time to Start the Polish

Hey Guys,

Here's the next pass of my shot. I'm kind of on a wave pattern right now. The first shot has moved onto polishing. The last shot is in the refining phase and the middle shot is somewhere in limbo. I think I have a pretty good grasp on things, but I say that now with only two weeks left before the "final" is due. Bring on the stress!!! Anyway, I will hopefully have a next pass up by Sunday. Thanks for stopping by!