This involves reality.
The reality is: A webseries is an arduous, strenuous process. It's tantamount to impossible.
Reviewing previous work, I have proposed to the writers and the actors that a show that never quite commenced will be placed on hiatus.
In the coming months, the first six screenplays will be mercilessly reworked.
I am in a course on the study of film at the moment, accumulating knowledge that will be applied to Type 13. Two writers are in college. One is pursuing a career in engineering. Another is writing a novel.
Life continues, irrelevant of Type 13 and the procession of the universe.
One day, in the indeterminate future, the first episode of Type 13 will be perfected. It will be released to the public.
The tale of the Artist, of Tanya Jackson, of Commander Alexandria Halderton, of Zero, Chantal Anderson, Cobb Bryance, Felicia Keyes and Chris Everetts will begin.
It is a tale that transcends the limitations of time and space, of reality and emotion, and light itself.
And, one day, I will ensure that you, my comrades, can witness the exquisite apocalypse that is the life of the Artist.