Here is the first of the new parodies! We raised enough cash for two major parodies… still in-the-works, but I decided to take advantage of our cast, costumes and props and create a few more very short bits for you… more is always better! Stealth Attack is one of those shorties.
Expert Comics scored a series of interviews with the Skyrim Parodies cast and crew. Brett DaSilva (@BrettDasilva) first interviewed Kristen when she was doing her Indiegogo campaign for The Skyrim Parodies. Brett went on to interview several of us from the cast and crew of Skyrim Parodies after he saw all the fun we were having on set. Continue Reading
More about the Skyrim: To Lydia with Love… Two more Parodies crowd fund!
Congrats CHRIS MILLER for your upgrade to the $100 perk!
Next week’s perk is… Continue Reading
IndieGoGo Crowd Fun campaign: http://www.indiegogo.com/skyrim
“Skyrim: To Lydia with Love” is a fan-made parody about the companion we love to hate, and my ode to an incredible video game. As a geeky creator, I had a lot of fun making the first film, from writing the script to building my own costumes to shooting to post-production. I was very happy with the level of quality we put into it and the response Skyrim fans gave. Thank you!
Now I want to create two new parodies for you guys… AND I want all of you to be involved in their making. Every dollar you donate will help fund the production, and I’m offering some pretty cool perks in exchange for the love. Higher levels mean credits IN the film… hundreds of thousands of eyes will be on you as the kick ass supporter of the century! Something we will make you proud of. Continue Reading
Faery World Magazine is featuring my inspiring faery costume designs in their Jan-June (biannual) issue… and I’m on the cover! I wrote an article titled “Embodying Your Magical Self” regarding how I create my work and being an all-round fantasy geek.
In early December, I had the opportunity to attend the Gamer’s United holiday party, an event aimed to help raise funds so kids stuck in hospital beds can enjoy video games while they recoup. A fabulous cause!
The other night I was hanging with the geek gals at my place. When we get together, pretty much everything ends up on Twitter in some way, shape or form. What can I say, we’re all social mavens! After a full-on conversation regarding appropriate uses of The Force (for you Star Wars fans), I tweeted the following: Continue Reading
Like any chick dressing like a Space Vixen needs to worry about that! I wanted to share a few pics from the ITV Fest‘s annual Halloween Bash. I made this costume a while back and repurposed it for the event. Yup, those are tubes coming out of my back ala Dune-style. I had much cooler boots, but you know how it is standing all night in, literally, killer heels… We had a blast!
A few weeks ago, I had the opportunity to create my own panel at LA’s first Comikaze Expo (@ComikazeExpo). It was an incredible experience, and one that deserves a bit of recognition… not to mention the powerhouse of ladies who made it a success!
Along with myself (representing Think Hero and Fight Class), the panel included: Leah Cevoli (Robot Chicken), Stephanie Thorpe (ElfQuest), Crix Lee (GirlGamer.com), Helenna Santos Levy (American Reunion) and Jessica Mills (Awkward Embraces). Moderated by voice-over master Spike Spencer.
You guys know that I love nothing more than social events jam packed with other geeks. Throw in a good cause… even better!
Last week I attended the 4th Annual Halloween Charity Screening of Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog and The Guild and it did not disappoint! From the moment I walked in the door, the event’s producer, Steve, and all of the Whedonopolis volunteers made it an experience to remember.
2011 marks the 20th anniversary of Speilberg’s famous live-action film Hook, and since our swordmasters were the original fight choreographers for the film, we wanted to celebrate! With swords, of course. Fight Class brought in the leader of the Lost Boys himself—Rufio (Dante Basco)—for a fabulous two-part tribute.
Kristen Nedopak Wears Avant Garde Couture in Salute to Science Fiction, Fashion and Battlestar Galactica
Sept 12, 2011 – LOS ANGELES, CA – Today, Kristen Nedopak, Actress, Producer and Geek Host, released photos from an exclusive shoot titled “Number 6” that celebrates fashion, art and science fiction. Draped in a piece that breaks boundaries with its unique futuristic style, this shoot is a salute to Nedopak’s work in the entertainment industry. It emphasizes her stature as a trendsetter and innovator who has proven that one can trail-blaze, create buzz and secure the status of an “it” girl through creative, non-traditional means.
Sept 22, 2011 – LOS ANGELES, CA – Kristen Nedopak, Co-Producer and Host for Think Hero TV has released photos promoting the show’s coverage of the CW hit series The Vampire Diaries. The photo shoot, which took place in the same carnival setting as the classic vampire film The Lost Boys, also emphasizes Nedopak’s stature as a trendsetter and innovator who has proven that one can trail-blaze, create buzz and secure the status of an “it” girl through creative, non-traditional means.
Sept 22, 2011 – LOS ANGELES, CA – Kristen Nedopak, Co-Producer and Host of a new series about sword fighting on film titled Fight Class, released promotional photos of her donning a hand-made chain mail bikini.
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