The Ian Report #527 – Edging Closer!
Jan 2011 21

Hello everyone! Only 49 more weeks till Christmas!

Some very good news in a number of areas! For example: Every Visual Effect in the Film is Done [basically—more on that later]! Yup! Little tweaks and the like have all been done, and there’s not a storyboard left in the film!

We have one final shot we’ve been trying to get in the can for a few months now, and it looks like it’s finally about to happen! Once that happens, we’ll finally have total total total picture lock, with every frame in its right place. Nathan McCoy is setting up a date to shoot with Michael Donovan even as you read this! Once we get that shot, I have to composite it into a scene, but with any luck that won’t take very long.

A test printing of Project Manhattan, the prequel novel to Project London written by Caleb Wheeler, has come back from the printers! It’s currently being read over by a collection of proofreaders, so we an make any final tweaks before getting a whole bunch of them printed.

On a related note, we’re doing the first test printing of the final graphic novel in a few days! I’ve looked over a lot of the recent work, and it’s stunning, but I haven’t read all the dialogue yet, so I’m crazy pumped to be able to sit down and read the whole thing in one go.

We’re on IMDB! Which is great! But, as seems to often happen when films first get put up there, there are a few mistakes in the credits. Geoffery Simmons (Benin Belabora) isn’t credited yet, and other credits are attributed to other films entirely. Hopefully that’ll all get cleared up soon!

Dude you guys! Thanks for all your help and support! It’s been a long haul, and you’ve really brought us through!

Also, here’s a frame from the movie (above), from one of the last shots to be completed. It takes place immediately after the shot we showed in the last video update, if you remember that.

Adios!

Ian Hubert
Writer Director

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