The Discarded Image is a new online video series that analyses and deconstructs well known pieces of cinema. The first episode features the beach scene from Steven Spielberg’s pop classic JAWS.
The Bancroft Brother’s are back with Podcast #15 – Designing a Disney Film, The Victoria Ying Interview.
Armed with an iphone, Sharpie, paint pens, and lots of transparent sheets, Marty Cooper AKA Hombre_McSteez is on a quest to turn everyday life into an odd creature infested cartoon world.
This is a great idea, and I’d love to see it realized.
What if there was an Empire-focussed short Star Wars animation, drawn with the crazy detail and shading of classic 80s anime that’s all but vanished from Japan nowadays?
Well, I tried my best. Apologies in advance for not living up to Venus Wars standards.
Drawn and animated by yours truly over 4 years’ worth of weekends, with music by the living guitar solo Zak Rahman and sound design by up and coming audio technician Joseph Leyva. Fans of Lucasarts’ seminal 1994 TIE Fighter game may notice a few familiar sights and sounds. That “incoming missile” noise gives me horrible flashbacks to this day…
Don’t support me on Patreon, because I don’t have one! And don’t donate to my Kickstarter, because I don’t have one of those either. Instead, if you enjoyed this, give someone at your workplace, uni, school or whatever a random bar of chocolate or can or Coke or something. Seriously, it’ll probably make their day.
That would totally make my day.
The Book of MOJO started out as a self published webcomic. It’s an Urban Fantasy story set in the near future that follows an unlikey duo, “Creepy,” a 13 yr old runaway witch, and Mojo, a 7 foot tall enchanted statue. Creepy wants to learn the deepest secrets of magic to reunite with her father, and Mojo has an unknown, dark origin that threatens both of them.