The tales within it are also pure fiction.
The previous post is, in fact, written by T. Swinn (for those of you who doubt its credibility).
The tales within it are also pure fiction.
Hi I am the actor who plays Tanya in the series. I think Skyrise NYC lengthening mascara is great. That's the type of makeup I use for the series. I also use Jane Shimmering Blush makeup with a touch of Indigo Eyeliner with Claire's brushes... And that's why, in the series, I look so pretty.
I also take thirty dollars from Fiare's wallet, and buy myself a makeup kit, and never tell Fiare I did that. I put my own makeup on. She asks where I got the amazing makeup (and the money, 'cause I told her I was broke), from this amazing place. And then she asks where I got the money, and I say, "This amazing place called Fiare's room", and then Fiare says, "Wait, hold up!", and then she starts screaming at me, because I stole her thirty dollars, and then I say, "I'll pay you back, in three hundred years." And then she says, "But wait, I'll be dead." And I say, "That's the point. I am the best friend in the world." She says, "I hate you." I say, "I love you too."
And that's how I got makeup... Now this is how I got the beautiful hair!
So, first, we meet together at Fiare's house. Then, while Fiare goes to the bathroom, I sneak upstairs into her room and steal her brush. And then, I tell her I have to go. She doesn't notice the brush.
Then, during the filming, she asks why I have gorgeous hair. And I say, "I got a new brush."
She asks where I got the brush. And I say, "This amazing place called Fiare's room."
And then she's like, "Hey, that's my brush!"
And I'm, like, "Yeah."
And then she's like, "I didn't know I had a brush."
And that's how I got the beautiful hair.
Now, this is how I got the job. I snuck through Fiare's window, and I heard her talking about the series she's making. And then I scare her out of her guts by jumping into her room. And then, like, "Hey, I want to be part of the series!"
And then she's, like, "Why in the world are you...? Man, do not sneak up on people like that!"
I'm, like, "Whatever, loser."
We talk for a while. I threaten her with pointy things. And then, finally, she says, "Okay."
She gave me the part of Tanya.
I said, "Okay", and she throws me back out of the window.
And then that's how I got this job. And, luckily, I landed on an expensive white car.
And, FYI,I didn't break anything. Only my dignity.
It's not perfect.
I admit that.
However, it's an attempt.
A valiant endeavor.
The quality will indubitably improve as I (and my fellow cast and crew) become acquainted with this process of creating watchable, enjoyable episodes.
I apologize for the jumpiness between shots. I apologize for the bit towards the end that is not exactly audible. I apologize for the shots where some of the characters' heads are not visible. I apologize for the jarring changes in the music. I apologize for the awkward laugh near the end. I apologize for unclear final lines ("I guess a hole in reality behind her house isn't all that interesting...").
Forgive me, and continue watching.
That is all.
I've taken a handful of moments from my excessively over-scheduled day to inform you that JOHNNY DEPP WILL BE IN AN EPISODE OF TYPE 13.
As well, I apologize for all the delays. Anyway, another month is upon us, and I hope that you will see some Type 13 before its end!
At last, filming occurred! Of course there was difficulty, but we filmed a majority of both A Day in the Light Confidential and the minisode itself.
Anyway, an (abbreviated) list of the mishaps:
-The pizza, as anticipated, was ridiculously expensive. (I wish I had those nine dollars.)
-Professional makeup set, meet gravity.
-Still uncertain as to why there were fish on set.
-Twelve minutes is not enough time to annihilate the universe, have ludicrously expensive pizza delivered, cancel a volleyball practice, or film a minisode.
Unfortunately, filming yesterday did not proceed as planned, but the release date will remain as March 29.
As for what, precisely, happened (as best I understand):
One actor's aunt mysteriously arrived from Florida, and was required to host her. The other actor was involved in something that sounded suspiciously like an exorcism, but she denied this.
And I tipped the pizza delivery guy nine dollars.
Oh, brilliant. March has arrived. In this region of the United States, that delivers insubstantial breezes, gardens, and, in this case, Type 13. As previously mentioned, this week will include the first filming for the series, and the month will conclude in the release of a minisode (a day before Doctor Who, the beloved show that spawned this one)! As one may expect, this month will contain pictures from filming, multiple blog entries, and, well, spoilers!
It's amusing how boredom and chaos can coexist so perfectly. We're in disarray here- our first attempt to film occurs in two weeks. Thus, it dawns upon the crew that this is a truly monumental task- contacting people for lighting, arranging a few last-minute readthroughs, being certain that the set is available, purchasing a boom mic... Hectic.
However, it has its rewards... Infrequent, however...
As for the boredom aspect of that original sentence, it's dreadfully dull to coordinate meetings, edit later scripts, email all involved.
But I cannot deny that I enjoy it.
This post originally had a point, but it was consumed by a crack in time and space.
For the most dedicated followers, it has been almost four months since this website began, and you were informed about this series. And, yet, what is your reward? Some music, a handful of photographs, and a title sequence.
But at least it's a title sequence.
At least a minisode is being filmed this weekend or the next.
All the screenplays are nearing perfection.
We endeavor not to disappoint you with some pathetic video complete with occasional giggles directed at the camera.
Enjoy the title sequence, my comrades, and don't conjure up an image of 1984 when I use the phrase, "My comrades".
Well, my comrades, Valentine's Day was yesterday, so I assumed that a post on shipping was necessary. "Shipping", a word widely utilized by Tumblr and fan communities. As Wikipedia, a reliable and trustworthy source claims, "shipping" is:
Shipping, derived from the word relationship, is the belief that two characters, fictional or non-fictional, are (or will be, or should be) in a romantic relationship. It is considered a general term for fans' emotional involvement with the ongoing development of romance in a work of fiction. Though technically applicable to any such involvement, it refers chiefly to various related social dynamics observable on the Internet, and is seldom used outside of that context.
With this presented to you, you probably anticipate some discussion of shipping to ensue.
There are going to be ships in Type 13- In-Universe, in reality, acknowledged ones...
One of the greatest will be Artist/Nigel. (Nigel is her coat.)
Some that will surface, likely:
Two will be teased, one will spawn arguments....