Everyday is a new challenge, a new obstacle. This film has been teaching me more and more about how to deal with people and how to juggle personalities. I thought that working as a supervisor at Traders Village taught me these lessons. Whatever I didn't learn there I figured I learned at all the jobs that I have worked at after. Turns out that they taught me nothing.
It seems that everyday on this set I am putting out more and more fires. Trying to do nothing more than keep this film on track. I think I made the tactical error of trying to make everyone happy. I had the frame of mind that since I wasn't paying anyone than I had to make sure they were all taken care of and made happy. I still believe that but I let it become a priority over the film itself and that is where the error lies. Ashley told me time and again that that was what I was doing but it took me a while to notice it.
The goal now is get things back on track. I've worked hard on this film so far and I want it to be the best it can be. I need to get everyone on the same page and get us back on schedule. The only good thing is that everyone seems to really want to help and put their best foot forward.
On the subject of Warzone, I haven't yet seen any of the drawling for the comic revamp. I have no idea what is happening with that. I had the notion of making a radio play instead, or as well. That is the current plans for Crusaders so I have already been working towards that goal. It might be nice to see how it works out. I'll keep everyone posted!
Jonathan Gutheinz vents about everything under the sun.