2/18/2014-ACTING-Filming Resumes on “Dying To Survive”

-02/18/2014-Once again, there have been delays in filming due to the weather. This day was a switch due to the fact that two days of filming planned were finished in one day. It was back to the barn for me, Karley, James, Kevin & Terry. I got to do some axe twirling on this day. No one’s gonna ever accuse me of being “Abe Lincoln” from the film “Abe Lincoln: Vampire Hunter” but I did a little bit. Got a slight cut (AKA “A Mortal Wound!”) on my right hand while doing an attack sequence. Then we did some pick up shots and some more scenes. One in particular was, well, let’s just say it coined the phrase “There’s no one who can take a hit to the Johnson like a Johnson.” πŸ™‚

-One thing to note. Usually when we get to location, I have to go change into my outfit. Then, once we get to the barn, I have the mask put on me. As of late, I have the mask put on right when I’m getting into the outfit. It’s an interesting experience to be looking out into the world thru black mesh cloth. The world is always so much brighter when I get that thing off πŸ™‚

-Plans are to film this coming Friday. Hopefully, this will finish this location and we can go to the next-weather permitting of course πŸ™‚ Pics are now up on my acting page on Facebook.



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