The next storyline of my Justice webcomic series is still in the works, however, I can only work on it whenever I have time for it. Lately, I have reached a point where I have many hobbies and interests. Not only do I make comics, I also got into cosplaying, I developed a hobby of making custom Lego creations, and I got to work with two different friends who are filmmakers. I've agreed to be an extra for both of them but I am open to help them out with other tasks.
During Memorial Day Weekend I was working with one of my friends, filmmaker Jeff Katts, on a short film that's part of his Jackie Claxton series where not only was I extra, I also handled lighting equipment for a certain scene. I had to carry it and have it lit on the young actress, Mahea, who was playing Jackie. I had to walk backwards, while following Jeff with his camera who also walks backwards. The lighting device, square shaped, was heavy. I could feel pain in my arms but it was worth it. The experience I had last weekend was fun and educational. I once thought about making live-action movies someday.
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