Archive for May, 2015

Revision Journal #34

Posted in Text Updates, Updates with tags , , , , , on May 29, 2015 by mbulteau

clocktownsketch

Currently discussing the particulars of the Clock Town set and how the set pieces used in it can be recycled for the rest of the work, which requires unearthing my very first sketches from 2011.

Meanwhile, tempo markings in the score will be limited to numbers, with words indicating mood rather than the classical terms for varying speeds. In other words, none of that allegro/adagio business. I AM A MAN OF THE 21st CENTURY.

Revision Journal #33

Posted in Media Updates, Updates with tags , , , , , , , on May 22, 2015 by mbulteau

UPDATE: Kaitlin Brasfield is no longer our official concept artist.

kafei v3

Kafei’s Dream’s percussion notation is under revision. Meanwhile, more Finale files from Act II are being converted to the Lilypond format, in a process technically known as defuglification.

Revisions of Act III are going slowly, but steadily.

Concept Art

Posted in Media Updates, Updates with tags , , , , , , , , on May 14, 2015 by mbulteau

UPDATE: Kaitlin Brasfield is no longer our official concept artist.

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art1

Meet Kaitlin Brasfield. She will be illustrating the staging reference tome for Majora. Welcome aboard, and many thanks for joining us!

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We’ve received submissions from other artists, of which I will post the runners-up:

artRU1

artRU3

artRU2

Happy mask salesman costume design 1 RD C

A big thanks to Allison McNamee, Andrea Zevallos, Nicole Soto, Sarah Welland, Eric Keefer, Nata-Ly Pantšenko, and Stefania Zimmerman.

Video Q&A #32

Posted in Media Updates, Q&A, Updates with tags , , , , , , on May 13, 2015 by mbulteau

Video Q&A #31

Posted in Media Updates, Q&A, Updates with tags , , , , , , , on May 6, 2015 by mbulteau

Video Q&A #30

Posted in Media Updates, Q&A, Updates with tags , , , , on May 3, 2015 by mbulteau

Revision Journal #32

Posted in Text Updates, Updates with tags , , , , , , on May 3, 2015 by mbulteau

illjuststaycloseby

Upon revising Liam’s proofreading of the plot summary, I’ve fortunately arrived at a conclusion that solves a problem of stage dynamic in the love duet of Act II.

Specifically, the two-schmucks-singing-for-five-minutes-while-facing-forwards problem.