Monday, November 11, 2013
Old and New....
Other oldies but goodies. You have seen photos of the overall scene before. but I didn't know that I had close ups of some of the people.
Here are three of the very, very early dolls that I made for it. I think that this was in 81 or 82.
The camera and the director's chair of the script girl were from the Anaheim NAME National. The building was a Ballhagen storefront.It was about the smallest one that they had and all that I could afford at the time.
Everything else in the scene was my work. I still love the director, with that cigar in his hand, yelling, "Cut!". He kind of reminds me of Alfred Hitchcock.
I was quite proud of this one. It was my first entry in the Tucson Miniature Show and it won Best of Show.
With April and Amare here, I didn't get a whole lot of minis made.
I did get the windows cut out of the outside of the tower...That's it.
Tessie and Zar came by to see what I was doing. Zar speculated that the hole in the floor was not for a turntable....It was a drain, in case someone wanted to install a bathtub...??? Or maybe someone was too lazy to mop the floor and they could just flood it?
So much for easy!
See you tomorrow.