If it's crap ... We'll tell you
Started this discussion. Last reply by DoctorWitten Aug 28, 2009.
Hello Ladies and Gentlemen Who Have Happened to Stumble Upon My Page:
I am one of the animators for this distinguished site, and a member of the League of Extremely Ordinary Gentlemen (LEOG). I occasionally find myself on their podcast, as well as around the various forums and groups on the site. I also tend to pop up in the news comment sections, LoungeGeeks.com, BleepingGeek.com, and all over the interwebs.
In addition to being a damn fine Flash Animator, I am also equally brilliant in 3D animation (I prefer Maya), digital art (aka Photoshop and Illustrator), music (I play guitar, bass, keyboards, and kazoo), writing (I have written over a dozen scripts, various short stories, and have written for a couple movie sites in addition to my old blog), and film (I have worked for years as a filmmaker, doing everything from sound design and mixing to editing to directing). Basically, I'm a Peter-of-All-Trades.
You can follow my insanity and get updates by following me here:
I do a TON of work for the site and the fans and blahblahblah something something about being noble, but basically I barely squeak by each month and if you'd like to show your appreciation, here are two ways: one, you can make a Paypal donation (every little bit helps!) or you can hop on over to Amazon and pick up something from my wishlist.
Click here to make a donation:
or here to go to my wishlist:
To show off my other skills, here's a time-lapse video of me photoshopping a quick zombie for my website (it's a long story, but basically I had a "Zombie Week" when there was nothing good on TV):
I've seen a lot of confusion and vitriol levied towards the recent list of Academy Award nominations, but two in particular strike a chord: "No Tintin for best animated film!?!?" and "No Andy Serkis nomination?!?!". As understandable as these two arguments are, they signify a much larger issue at hand: that of the Academy's struggling (some would say failing) attempts to categorize and classify new forms of media as they grow and expand. The problem with…Continue
Posted on January 25, 2012 at 2:30am — 11 Comments