Last edited by Linear Ranger; 10-17-2008 at 07:01 PM.
Hi mister gerald. Welcome to the board. ^_^
Hi Mr. Urquhart.
Quick question - how long did it take to put all of the make-up on?
It was fun being involved with a great bunch of people who were loving what they were doing. A happy set is a fun set. I mean if the people I was working with were lots of fun I'd be happy being a rubbishman!
Originally Posted by SolarisKnight222
To be honest I'm really tired. It is about 10pm here and I've had a busy day. Thanks for your comment though. Quietly Flurious is one of my favourite characters too!!!
Originally Posted by jenruki
Actually I found it all really invigourating. There was something very special about having a whole new face to manipulate. When the prosthetic was on I really felt in role. The costume gave my actions a certain weight which added to the characters movement.
Originally Posted by Morphin'
Of course it was incredibly hot in there. Luckily I was well looked after. I had a person whose job it was to keep me hydrated and cooled off. I haven't been this well looked after before on a set.
Slight correction that G in my name is a Q but don't worry too much you aren't the first to mis-spell my name!!
Originally Posted by Haier
I really enjoy playing villians. I get to endulge in a side of life that you don't normally get to endulge in. Also this particular villian was based slightly on a character I played in a theatre piece over here in NZ so I had already had some experience in manic evilness!!
Can I cop out and say all of the above!
Originally Posted by Dark Fury
If I were to pick one I would definately say fun because when I had a day off I really missed running around trying to take over the world.
It was fine. I didn't sit on it without my costume on and the costume was padded. Sorry to destroy any illusions but I am not that muscly in real life.
Originally Posted by Overdrive.92
Question No1: Okay a typical day. Wake around 5. Get on set about 5.30. Spend the next hour and a half in prosthetics. About 10 to 15 getting my costume on. Act for a while. Watch my stunty do the real hard stuff. Have lunch. Act for a bit more. Remove the costume. Remove the prosthetic over about half an hour. Drive home and pretty much go straight to sleep.
Originally Posted by LordRex
If there was any spare time I'd either work on lines or try and catch 40 winks although this had to be done with a neck support due to my dreads and was often more hassle than what it was worth.
Q 2: Yes I watched the early seasons while they were still showing here. I remember also going to the theatre and seeing the film. I wouldn't say I was a total fan but I did get off on the giant monster battles. It was kinda my generations Godzilla.