: see the full movie.
I've been caught up with other projects, but Shamelessly is a film I'm extremely proud of, and I'll certainly keep working on it and putting out scenes and hopefully be done before too long. The support from She-Hulk fans has been much appreciated.
I don't believe that it looks good to paint an actress green. The new Star Trek seemed to prove that once again, in my opinion. The green skin tone [and height] can be achieved using special effects, which is how I did it [and also part of why the film is slow to edit, without a special effects team larger than myself!]. I also don't believe that just anyone can play She-Hulk- I think it takes a special sort of actress, who could perhaps be bulked up with prosthetics in a Hollywood version.
Anyway, best wishes, all.
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