Well guys it's been an incredibly long road to get here but, I've finally arrived at my destination... all my stop motion for 'Sinbad The Fifth Voyage' is now officially completed. Sorry I don't have any photos I can post or nitty-gritty details to share because I'm not allowed to release anything from the production on my own.

I have no idea how long to expect it to take for the production to complete all the rest of the work the film needs. Between mattes, CG effects, sound, music and all the other thousands of details that need to be dealt with, it could still be months of work ahead for them. (don't quote me on that, I'm just making and educated guess) The producer has been telling me that there's a new preview that they will be releasing 'soon' but, I don't know what 'soon' means, considering that he started telling me that well over a month ago.

I will (of course) keep you as up to date as I possibly can with any news I can bring to you about this production. And now that my part of it is finally completed... I'm sure I'll be as impatient as you are.

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Congrats ... Now what are you going to do with all your spare time?
... Jbd

Spare time? What's that? I already have three other jobs I'm late to start working on... two are jobs making props and I'm also past starting up on a Dynamation style stop motion scene that will be in the film 'Legend of the Golden Fishcake'. So yeah, no down time for me, I gotta start shifting things around in the shop tomorrow morning and figure out a good working schedule.

WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO

HOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!

Fantastic to hear that Ron!  

Congratulations!...looking forward to seeing it someday.

Hooray!

I can't wait to see it.

I read this earlier on FB. Man I can't wait to see your work. Over on the Fifth Voyage's FB page the natives are getting restless. It's not a large tribe but the promise of a new, Exciting!, trailer has been dangled in front of the few of us who visit. Come on Mr producer, Director, Actor, throw us a bone and show us SOMETHING!

Excellent!!! 

Way to go.

Great news! Congratulations!

Nice going Ron!

Congratulations! Must be a good feeling to finally finish. Some day I will have that feeling.

Yipee!

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