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Friday, November 21, 2008

Scissor Cop 6 Production Stills

Hello, bloggernauts! Tom here. I wanted to put up some behind the scenes pics of Scissor Cop 6 (aka "Verde: The Color of Evil").

With this episode, we finally had the chance to shoot in the creepy alleyway construction we had ours eyes on since episode 4. It was worth the wait, since it makes a handsome location for our back alley medical scene.

In this picture, Backalley Medical's finest prep Mrs. Driggs for her surgery.

Here's a shot of Chris in our lovely and cozy Waiting Alley.

It was really cold and windy that day, so for a few shots we tried to block the boom for sound (and cuddling) purposes.

We rented a room at a music/acting rehearsal studio for the interrogation scene. It was the same place where we shot the piano flashback for episode 2.


Movie Magic Alert! The hospital scene wasn't actually shot in a hospital. Rather, it was Chris's apartment. How'd we do it? Lasers.

Mitch Magee ("Mister Glasses") gets into character with the help of the greatest fake goatee...we could afford.

And finally, here's a pic of Benny and Chris in Verde's torture room. How's the Scissor Copper gonna get out of this one? Stay tuned...

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Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Scissor Cop Fan Art

Detective Raymond Driggs.
Scissor Cop fan art, courtesy of little Erin Farrell.

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Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Scissor Cop Kids and the NY Channy Awards

We've posted Scissor Cop Kids, a little self spoof animated by our own Greg Erskine. It also includes a nod to our friend Mitch Magee's Mr Glasses.

Scissor Cop has been nominated for 5 different Channy Awards at the first Channel 101 NY Awards show!

  • Best Production Design
  • Best Actor - Benny Baldwin
  • Best Writer - Tom Silvestro
  • Best Director - Jeremy Westphal
  • Best Show

There's some great competition, it's an honor to be nominated, yadda yadda, WE WANT TO WIN!

Anyway, we've been working on some of the pre-taped content for the awards show, which you'll later be able to see online.

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Monday, November 10, 2008

Scissor Cop 5: Behind the Scenes

Hello! Party like it's 2003: we finally got a blog! To kick things off I thought we'd do a little behind the scenes of the action packed Scissor Cop Episode 5!

We intially set our sights on using an alley way, but abandoned it (we had previously abandoned that poor little alley during episode 4, but finally used it in episode 6) after lucking out with a totally sweet warehouse.

For the car stunt we had 3 cameras, with 1 running at 60 fps for slow-mo. With some careful placement of actors, camera angles, and a wall of boxes, this stunt looks much more dangerous and spectacular than it actually is. That said, don't do stunts.

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