Friday, March 27, 2009

Ain't no doubt about it...

...I love mah Nickydactyl.

He made one for himself with me sticking my tongue out at him. I had no idea why he wanted me to send him a picture of myself sticking out my tongue, but it turns out it was for one of my favorite presents evAR! 4000 miles doesn't seem so far when we've got battleship to fill the void :D

Hee hee hee...he thinks he's going to kick my ass...he is going to cry with shame once I emasculate him and his fleet via red plastic pegs...


Tuesday, March 24, 2009

Sheep Surplus

This is how I imagine the conversation went before this video was created.

"Consarnit Gerry, with the economy the way it is these days, how the hell are we going to feed all these damn sheep?" barked Emris.

"Don't worry Emris...I have a plan..." Gerry replied, his eyes twinkling.

Wednesday, March 18, 2009

Holy Crap Holy Crap HOLY CRAP!

Aniboom is featuring "Mupples" on their you-tube channel today. It's already received 300 hits and 30 comments! I've never had anything commented on 30 times before!

You can check out Aniboom's channel here:

and check out the video comments here:

The best part is, most of the feedback is positive so far. I'm so flipping happy right now :D This is just the type of motivation I needed to get on track for my next two animations, which will be featured at my solo exhibit in April (more on that later).

Three cheers for Mupples!

Saturday, March 14, 2009

Tiger Tiger Burning Bright

I haven't had much to blog about these days. I've been busy trying to find/create enough of my own artwork to throw together for my solo show in April. All I have on my mind really is "I need to graduate, need to paint, need to animate, need to eat, need to move away ...need to GRADUATE." So instead of boring you with repetitive blogs about how I'm stressing out about the upcoming months, I will entertain your senses with things I find on the internet that intrigue me. First up is a video called "Tyger" by Guilherme Marcondes of Brazil. It is based on the William Blake poem, The Tiger. The way he incorporates several methods to create this short is astonishing, and I hope you all enjoy it as much as I do.

Friday, March 6, 2009


I can't stop listening to this today.

"The music video for my song 'Alice', an electronic piece of which 90% is composed using sounds recorded from the Disney film 'Alice In Wonderland'."
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