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BrentMc August 17 2013 10:52 PM

Anything being made near Sacramento CA?
 
I'm a Trekkie with some free time and would love to help a production if there is one near Sacramento CA.

Barbreader August 18 2013 02:12 AM

Re: Anything being made near Sacramento CA?
 
Here is my map: http://startrekreviewed.blogspot.com/2009/06/4.html . I know of nothing within 200 miles of you. However, you can participate in audio productions anywhere in the world thanks to the internet. And also, here's the question: what do you see yourself doing? Dressing sets? Building props? Costumes? Writing? Voiceovers? Cameraman? Handling a sound boom? CGI work? There are 101 things that go into every fan film. There are more than half a dozen in production between Southern Ca. and Las Vegas, Nv, and more in Washington State. For animation work you don't have to be close to the person you are working with, either. The guy working on the animation, Antares Rift (See F at http://startrekreviewed.blogspot.com/2009/06/210.html ) needs help. He's far away, but in state, and his first segment looks fantastic.

Potemkin_Prod August 18 2013 05:20 AM

Re: Anything being made near Sacramento CA?
 
We are always looking for visual effects artists for our productions. Location doesn't matter as long as you have a decent upload and download speed.

Maurice August 18 2013 09:33 AM

Re: Anything being made near Sacramento CA?
 
...and if you happen to be a VFX artist.

BrentMc August 19 2013 08:53 PM

Re: Anything being made near Sacramento CA?
 
I'm sorry I am not a VFX or animation guy. I was thinking more along the lines of in-person volunteering for someone who is "Handy with a screwdriver."

The idea of writing sounds fun. I have been working on my first fan-fiction story and if I get the hang of it it would be fun to try and write a fan-series episode.

MikeH92467 August 19 2013 10:16 PM

Re: Anything being made near Sacramento CA?
 
Quote:

BrentMc wrote: (Post 8527039)
I'm sorry I am not a VFX or animation guy. I was thinking more along the lines of in-person volunteering for someone who is "Handy with a screwdriver."

The idea of writing sounds fun. I have been working on my first fan-fiction story and if I get the hang of it it would be fun to try and write a fan-series episode.

Sounds like you're a perfect candidate to join misfitsaudio.com

Check it out. :)

Duane August 20 2013 02:07 AM

Re: Anything being made near Sacramento CA?
 
If you have any interest in being a "script doctor" (reading our script and helping us know what works and what doesn't) we'd love the help. PM me with an email address if interested. It's a sci-fi script but not a Trek story.

Best,
Duane

Potemkin_Prod August 20 2013 04:30 AM

Re: Anything being made near Sacramento CA?
 
Quote:

BrentMc wrote: (Post 8527039)
I'm sorry I am not a VFX or animation guy. I was thinking more along the lines of in-person volunteering for someone who is "Handy with a screwdriver."

Believe me, I wish you were down here with that screwdriver. We're starting construction on the corridor set, and I could use as many volunteer hands as I can get.

Barbreader August 20 2013 06:27 AM

Re: Anything being made near Sacramento CA?
 
Quote:

BrentMc wrote: (Post 8527039)
I'm sorry I am not a VFX or animation guy. I was thinking more along the lines of in-person volunteering for someone who is "Handy with a screwdriver."

The idea of writing sounds fun. I have been working on my first fan-fiction story and if I get the hang of it it would be fun to try and write a fan-series episode.

Find out if Excalibur is really building new sets. You are a long distance from Las Vegas, but not as far as you are from Georgia!


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