An impromptu photoshoot I did alone for Halloween, I just used a red light, a torch, and my phone.
It’s finally here, it took a lot of work but the pattern is now available on Etsy
Finally scanned my sewing pattern and cleaned it up in Photoshop! Now all that’s left to do is write the instructions.
I’ve had many requests for a sewing pattern of Connor’s jacket, and after months of toiles, and modifications, and waiting for fabric to arrive during the pandemic, I am happy to report that I am ready to draw the final pattern. It should be available in the next few weeks. Thank you for your patience. While this is a complicated jacket, I have done my best to make it as easy as possible to construct without losing any accuracy.
This is a concept that I keep returning to in my dreams. It began when I was listening to Lustmord as I travelled through the city at that time of day when it’s so bright everything seems to shimmer. There’s something beautiful yet haunting about it. Horror doesn’t only happen in the dark. I envisioned this utopian city that was for some reason uninhabited. Humanity had reached its peak and then they inexplicably disappeared, leaving only their predecessors and descendants behind. These two in particular are on a journey to find the human race, during which they discover they have a lot in common.
My guest spot on the Studio Yutani analysis of the original Dan O’Bannon Alien script.
I recently appeared on the Studio Yutani stream discussing Blade Runner 2049.
In which I discuss cheesy dialogue, Engineer architecture, and its connection to Dune. Continue reading
In which I discuss what the Engineers meant by those “invitations”, wonder what the hell a Zeta 2 Reticuli is and delve into an unused scene from the Spaight’s script.