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It was pretty amzing to stand there as the transports pulled out.
Inside an aircraft hanger at Hawthorne Airport; it was only 20 minutes from my old place in Torrance.
They had to put that 'belly' on me cause I was too svelte.
Checking my list---on an iPad.
Waiting for "Action"; there'll be an image on the green screen behind me in the final version.
Getting direction from Stefan & Siggi, my 2 Directors (both from Iceland.)
Waiting for a lens change on the camera.
Wardrobe adjusting my belt before another brillant take.
What have I gotten myself into this time?
Behind the scenes---snapping a chalk line first...
...then laying down a 4" wide line of tape using the chalk line as a guide.
Taking the scene in hand.
Adjusting the light boxes. they covered the wheels of the cranes in plastic so they wouldn't leave marks on the floor.
Tired from having to stand in boots all day that are a 1/2 size too small .
Setting up a shot. All the cars have precision drivers in them.
Trying to stay cool between takes---it was in the 80's both days we shot.
Ah! The exquisite agony of standing in the spotlight all alone.
Backing the car transports into place.
Later that evening...
The transports ready to roll...one green panel will say "Naughty" the other "Nice".
A shot of the monitor showing the shot the Production team and Client see when we're rolling.
That's real ice shaved from 300 lbs. blocks sprayed on to forms to create snow banks.
Setting up the transports for their 'drive away' shot through the 'real' snow. This
shot was never used in the version that finally made to air.
Still a bit bedazzled by it all. I am so blessed!!!