Well... perhaps a more honest word would be "wrote". The studio has closed, and I'm currently doing odd jobs. Once you've worked in show-business, EVERYTHING else is just an "odd job". If I might be permitted to sound rather melodramatic: show-business isn't something you do... it's something you ARE.Originally Posted by Bafflegab
I've worked on dozens of projects, if not a hundred or more... eighteen years worth. Probably the best-known thing that I worked on intensively was "Untalkative Bunny" with Graham Falk, one of the Ren-and-Stimpy guys. I was hired for eight bucks an hour, to stand there feeding the artists' drawings into a scanner. Within two months, I was getting doubled wages for choreographing the whole series... timing actions, poses and scenes, changing camera angles, adding and cutting scenes and poses, re-arranging material, and writing inserts or even entire shows (I wrote their Easter special, for instance). Within another two months, Graham had tripled my wages and signed over some of his own royalties to me, because he felt that I was carrying enough of the burden to deserve a cut.
Good times... good times.
I've already played ahead to summer 1939. I put in Gurtner and Schact, switching in Buch and Doenitz when they became available later on.Originally Posted by Laurwin
There wasn't much point in getting a construction bonus on Armor... the research strategy I adopted put me so far behind in that field that I've still only got three Armored Divisions built by summer 1939.