GALACTIC GALAXY: EPISODE FIVE

In Galactic Galaxy episode five the Dar Kuzar goes to extremes to speak with Queen Sevena. Fen and Pam are interrogated by the hard-nosed Captain Aimeswell of the Space Police. “IF WE DON’T GET TO HEPTA SEVEN BY TOMORROW THE WHOLE GALAXY IS ZRUCKED!”

Featuring Jeff Lewis who played the beloved character Vork in Felicia Day’s “The Guild” & Julia Morizawa who plays Dr. Bright from the wildly popular podcast “The Bright Sessions.” The writing team included Charles Horn, writer on the first “Robot Chicken: Star Wars” special.

GALACTIC GALAXY is an irreverent space saga filled with action, suspense, and a healthy dose of the absurd. It is the story of a Space Werewolf named Fen who teams up with a Space Trucker named Pam to rob an illegal space disco in order to fulfill his destiny and save the Galaxy.

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Comedy Sci-Fi

Created & Directed by Anthony Ferraro

Featuring: Jeff Lewis, Rhomeyn Johnson, Daniel Kusunoki, Jonathan Castile, Julia Morizawa, Bobbie Breckenridge & Geoffrey Gould

GALACTIC GALAXY: EPISODE FOUR

In Galactic Galaxy episode four Fen, Pam & Tom plan a heist of an illegal space disco. The club owner Ringle is a no good space pirate and lecherous bastard. “THE LAST KNOW CORE IS BEING USED TO POWER STATION 54, THE MOST HEDONISTIC DISCO IN THE GALAXY.”

Featuring Jeff Lewis who played the beloved character Vork in Felicia Day’s “The Guild” & Julia Morizawa who plays Dr. Bright from the wildly popular podcast “The Bright Sessions.” The writing team included Charles Horn, writer on the first “Robot Chicken: Star Wars” special.

GALACTIC GALAXY is an irreverent space saga filled with action, suspense, and a healthy dose of the absurd. It is the story of a Space Werewolf named Fen who teams up with a Space Trucker named Pam to rob an illegal space disco in order to fulfill his destiny and save the Galaxy.

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Comedy Sci-Fi

Created & Directed by Anthony Ferraro

Featuring: Jeff Lewis, Rhomeyn Johnson, Daniel Kusunoki, Jonathan Castile, Julia Morizawa, Bobbie Breckenridge & Geoffrey Gould

GALACTIC GALAXY: EPISODE THREE

In Galactic Galaxy episode three Fen begins his training to defeat the Dar Kuzar, Pam is not convinced he has what it takes. The Dar Kuzar orders the Tree Of life vaporized. Fen meets the Celestial Queen Sevena. “THE INTERPLANETARY FEDERATION FEMALE FORCE DOES REMAIN IMPARTIAL IN SUCH MATTERS.”

Featuring Jeff Lewis who played the beloved character Vork in Felicia Day’s “The Guild” & Julia Morizawa who plays Dr. Bright from the wildly popular podcast “The Bright Sessions.” The writing team included Charles Horn, writer on the first “Robot Chicken: Star Wars” special.

GALACTIC GALAXY is an irreverent space saga filled with action, suspense, and a healthy dose of the absurd. It is the story of a Space Werewolf named Fen who teams up with a Space Trucker named Pam to rob an illegal space disco in order to fulfill his destiny and save the Galaxy.

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Comedy Sci-Fi

Created & Directed by Anthony Ferraro

Featuring: Jeff Lewis, Rhomeyn Johnson, Daniel Kusunoki, Jonathan Castile, Julia Morizawa, Bobbie Breckenridge & Geoffrey Gould

 

GALACTIC GALAXY: EPISODE TWO

In Galactic Galaxy episode two Pam & Fen agree to help the locals deal with the dreaded Trotta Beast in exchange for some much-needed space fuel. The Dar Kuzar is not pleased at all with his minions progress on his Cage of Darkness. “ALRIGHT FINE, I MEAN, HOW BAD CAN A SPACE BEAST BE?”

Featuring Jeff Lewis who played the beloved character Vork in Felicia Day’s “The Guild” & Julia Morizawa who plays Dr. Bright from the wildly popular podcast “The Bright Sessions.” The writing team included Charles Horn, writer on the first “Robot Chicken: Star Wars” special.

GALACTIC GALAXY is an irreverent space saga filled with action, suspense, and a healthy dose of the absurd. It is the story of a Space Werewolf named Fen who teams up with a Space Trucker named Pam to rob an illegal space disco in order to fulfill his destiny and save the Galaxy.

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Comedy Sci-Fi

Created & Directed by Anthony Ferraro

Featuring: Jeff Lewis, Rhomeyn Johnson, Daniel Kusunoki, Jonathan Castile, Julia Morizawa, Bobbie Breckenridge & Geoffrey Gould

GALACTIC GALAXY: EPISODE ONE

In Galactic Galaxy episode one Space Werewolf Fen, Pam Redcup and her agoraphobic mechanic Tom must escape the evil Dar Kuzar who has become enraged with his button technicians. “THE JOURNEY OF A THOUSAND PARSECS BEGINS WITH WITH A SINGLE PARSEC”

Featuring Jeff Lewis who played the beloved character Vork in Felicia Day’s “The Guild” & Julia Morizawa who plays Dr. Bright from the wildly popular podcast “The Bright Sessions.” The writing team included Charles Horn, writer on the first “Robot Chicken: Star Wars” special.

GALACTIC GALAXY is an irreverent space saga filled with action, suspense, and a healthy dose of the absurd. It is the story of a Space Werewolf named Fen who teams up with a Space Trucker named Pam to rob an illegal space disco in order to fulfill his destiny and save the Galaxy.

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Comedy Sci-Fi

Created & Directed by Anthony Ferraro

Featuring: Jeff Lewis, Rhomeyn Johnson, Daniel Kusunoki, Jonathan Castile, Julia Morizawa, Bobbie Breckenridge & Geoffrey Gould

NEW SCI-FI WEB SERIES CHANNELING CULT CLASSICS HEAVY METAL AND KUNG FURY FEATURING JEFF LEWIS OF THE GUILD LAUNCHES THURSDAY JUNE 14

Galactic Galaxy, created by Anthony Ferraro, is a hilarious, action-packed adventure in space.

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“I finally achieved all my goals in life…in one show: playing a sci-fi villain who snorts lines, in a series that looks like a comic book.”-Jeff Lewis, Actor The Guild

Galactic Galaxy is an irreverent sci-fi comedy web series like no other. This rotoscope style space odyssey, in the spirit of the cult classic 80’s film Heavy Metal, was meticulously crafted by creator and director Anthony Ferraro.

The talented cast features Jeff Lewis (Vork in Felicia Day’s The Guild) and Julia Morizawa (Dr. Bright from The Bright Sessions). The writing team includes Charles Horn (Robot Chicken, Star Wars Special) who said about the series “Anthony has a unique visual style that I haven’t seen before.” -Charles Horn, Writer Robot Chicken, Star Wars Special

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Galactic Galaxy follows the epic journey of Fen, a space werewolf who teams up with non-nonsense space trucker Pam Redcup to rob an illegal space disco and fulfill his destiny to save the galaxy. What is particularly distinctive about Galactic Galaxy is the graphic novel look of its video production. By combining live action performances with 3D sets and landscapes the show evokes the comics of the 70s and early 80s. Galactic Galaxy is a love letter to the sci-fi saga genre, filled with action, suspense, and a healthy dose of the absurd.

“Anthony’s creative abilities have brought to life a style not often seen in the digital series world,” -Suzette Laqua, Executive Director of Vancouver Web Fest

“I love that Anthony is tapping into the sci-fi fandom without being cliche and of course, adding humor into the mix is always a welcome change from overly serious dystopian dramas!” -Sarah Penna, COO of Frolic Media & Co-Founder of Big Frame

Episode one of Galactic Galaxy will be released on YouTube on June 14, 2018 :

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How To Make Sci-Fi Trooper Armor: Easy Step By Step Tutorial

In this tutorial, I take you through my easy sci-fi trooper armor costume/prop build process step by step using simple techniques and tools. I show you how to make a unique screen ready sci-fi trooper armor inexpensively.

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How To Make A Sci-Fi Trooper Helmet: Easy Prop Making Tutorial

In this tutorial, I take you through my easy sci-fi trooper helmet costume/prop build process step by step using simple techniques and tools. I show you how to make a unique screen ready sci-fi trooper helmet inexpensively.

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How To Make A Sci-Fi Staff Weapon For Under $10: DIY Dollar Store Mash Up

In this tutorial, I take you through the build process step by step. With a few items from a dollar store, I show you how to make a screen ready sci-fi prop staff weapon for under $10.

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From Trash To Blast! How To Make A Sci-Fi Recycle Bin Laser Blaster Gun

Any good Sci-Fi project is going to need a Blaster, Laser Gun, Ray Gun, Photon Rifle, the list goes on. There are many ways to go about making these weapons for your sci-fi arsenal be it for a film, a cosplay or simply for display. In this article, I want to share with you an inexpensive and fun solution. I’ve come across a lot of craft builds with recycled plastic bottles lately and I thought hey, I have an overflowing recycle bin with a  bunch of material for some Blaster building so I figured I’d give it a try. Here I’m going to share with you what I came up with.

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First I dug into my recycle bin and found some bottles that were interesting and got out some tools.

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I roughly arranged some silhouettes for my recycle bin blaster and this was the winner.

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I start by cutting the bottom off of the water bottle.

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I merge it with a ridged chip container.

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I cut off the top of a cleaning bottle to make a hand grip. I saw that in some online video and it stuck in my head, it’s very clever and works nicely. I hot glue these parts together.

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What I learn here is that the hot glue melts this plastic bottle that is my barrel which was not what I wanted. I had to cut off the damaged excess and I decided to take this opportunity to add some more dimensions. I added a hand soap bottle as a collar that I slid over the damaged area and that cleaned it up and looked good. A happy accident as they say.

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Then I add the trigger. I simply repurposed the trigger from the cleaning bottle. To make it fit I rough out a hole in the handle with a Dremel tool to pressure fit this trigger in the handle. You could also cut a hole with an Exacto blade. It is not a practical trigger so I just secure it in place with glue.

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Next up is a spent deodorant bottle added to the top as some sort of scope. Also, I add the ball from the deodorant model to the bottom of the handle and this interesting sports bottle cap finishes off the profile nicely.

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Everything gets a light sanding so it will better accept the paint.I base coat it with a flat black primer and just dusted it a little bronze over that.

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Painting is done with a dry brush technique. Using a metallic paint with a very light amount on the brush that is further lightened by brushing onto a paper towel. The paint is applied by just lightly brushing the surface and a brushed metallic look is achieved. To add some dimensionality I add some gold metallic by extra lightly brushing the high points and that gives it a nice glow. The final touch is introducing sparse green metallic highlights in places that might be buttons or decorative just to give it a little more life.

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To make the Blaster look real and to give it some character a weathering pass is needed. That is simply some watered down brown and black paint that is washed over the entire piece. It is then quickly wiped off with a paper towel.  The dark wash remains in the low points, cracks and crevices, this gives it the illusion of being an actual object.

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Who knew space blaster hiding out right in my recycling bin! Now if I was doing a sci-fi project and I wanted to suspend your disbelief make you believe it was a real future or a parallel universe I probably wouldn’t use this prop Blaster. However, if I was doing a sci-fi fantasy like a Barbarella or a comedy this is exactly what I would use.

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