The ad was pretty vague, so I sent an e-mail and found out they wanted someone for a game with a 1950s, horror B-movie theme. The model/actress was to project a sense of horror. I figured I had nothing better to do, so I made an appointment and started making faces for Chris. He said the faces were good ... but would be better if it didn't also look like I was going to burst into laughter.
Today, I put on some makeup and the most '50s looking outfit I could think of (the ruffled dress and red cardigan I wore on our anniversary - pictured in the upper right corner of our blog) and headed down to South Reno to make some faces. The guy had me fill out a form, make three scared faces for still shots and react three times to a pretend-something-scary for a video. In all, it took about 10 minutes. I have no idea if I was any good (I'm pretty sure I still looked like I was going to laugh), or if the other six people coming in will be any better, but wouldn't it be such a kick if my face ended up on a slot machine?!