I know that you’ve probably been hanging out for something here for a while, but I’ve just been run into the ground. A little late-season flu, the return of my family from Overseas and an insane work schedule have kept me away from my keyboard (and, unfortunately, my books!).
I am anticipating a return to normality this weekend. I will try and write a witty post or something, I’m not quite sure.
In any case, please accept two more scripts from The Barbecue as pennance.
I would post a photo but I haven’t even downloaded my photos for about 3 weeks either.
Also, I hope that you enjoyed Final Finale. Given the so-so response to the ending I am thinking that if I do some kind of “digital” release I may re-do it. I was trying ot capture the sense of urgency that being lost in a big city brings with it. I’ve had to try and find friends and loved ones that have lost themselves in similar situations, and it’s not fun for them at all.
I was trying to use the perspective switch to build that sense of urgency, but I think it ended up being a sense of confusion and bland. We’ll see.