Post by Tommy West on Jan 27, 2014 17:38:13 GMT -6
For those of you who are not in the know, I’ve been working on an adaption of the Captain America comics as a scripted series for the online community BZN and after several months of planning, I finally released the 60-page pilot episode of CAPTAIN AMERICA & THE HOWLING COMMANDOS today!
Here’s the synopsis for the pilot episode:
When the Allied forces’ lead scientist, Howard Stark, is captured from a military base in Great Britain, President Roosevelt and head of the Strategic Scientific Reserve Jack Fury call together an emergency response team of highly-trained individuals to get Stark back.
Summoned back to the front lines to lead the team is none other than the USA’s most famous war hero, Captain America, but when a broken man is left in charge of a team that refuses to work together, things may not go so smoothly…
If any of you guys want to read the pilot, you can find it here and if you’re interested in giving some feedback, drop a message in my inbox or sign up to the BZN and join in at the show’s discussion board! You can also find details on the cast of characters and the show’s mythos in the discussion board.
Post by Tommy West on Jan 17, 2014 11:28:31 GMT -6
After a two month break from making videos, I finally got off my ass and filmed a new one! In this video I discuss how to trick friends into believing you have a super cool social life and also pull some weird faces. It makes sense in context. Kind of.
Thank you for watching and don't forget to like, share and subscribe if you enjoyed the video!
Post by Tommy West on Sept 25, 2013 15:17:30 GMT -6
Agreeing with you there, Chris. It was really good but not sure I'd class it as outstanding. There were some great funny moments and surprisingly I actually like all of the main characters which is refreshing. Helps that they're all cute too - Skye and Ward especially.
Post by Tommy West on Aug 19, 2013 12:08:09 GMT -6
Apparently I haven't read Audition in a while so I thought I should try and catch up...
2x02: "Dialogue" Review
It felt like there were lines missing from this - when Jordan and Angela spot Alex, there's no line of action to indicate it, it's just implied by dialogue. It took me a few seconds to realize what they were talking about which took me out of the moment. Also, Jordan's line there needed a question mark as right now it reads very strangely.
I'm starting to think that Audition would benefit from being longer because right now we only get glimpses into the world and it never really feels like enough to properly develop the story or the characters properly. I still know next to nothing about David other than his Star Wars obsession and it makes him come across as a little bland. Honestly the plot I'm most interested in is Jordan and Angela's as it's the only one that's really moving forward.
Question, why did Jordan stop his agent suing Alex? I'd think he'd want to sue and get Alex out of LA, right?