Posted on March 11, 2015
Ah the miracle of DNA. When Holli got me a DNA testing kit for Marvin, I wasn’t sure what the point was, from the rescue organziation we knew he was a mutt, half Boston Terrier, half Chihuahua … a Bochi. Well much like a guest on some sort of crazy dog version the Jerry Springer Show, I was shocked to find out he wasn’t a Chihuahua at all but a quarter Toy Poodle and a quarter Chinese Crested (which I had to google because I had never heard of it and it didn’t even look like a real animal, more like one of Ciera’s toy ponies). At any rate it’s interesting and we are accepting him for who he is. The short of it is, we will never find another dog like Marvin.
Posted on March 9, 2015
Wow this is amazing … always been a huge fan of time-lapse done well and this certainly is. Apparently this took two years of filming and was a total of 5TB of footage. Published on Mar 9, 2015 The scenery of our home country Austria is beyond compare. We live in the…
Posted on February 14, 2015
The internet is changing so many things in our world some for the better some for the worse. For anyone attempting to learn guitar however it is all changing for the better. Now you can hear an interesting song, find the Chords and get taught how to play it almost instantly. Well I can’t actually play this song yet, but I am on the right path. Even if you don’t play the guitar Drue James here does an excellent job of breaking down the process for you. So I thought it was worth giving him a little shout out. Enjoy.
Posted on January 28, 2015
Third cartoon short made in FinalCut X using the mCharacter Plugin from MotionVFX. Each time I am trying to push the envelope a bit with the characters and their animations. Although still very crude and slightly primitive, I was excited to use my own Orange Line Sets(s) and incorporate real T sounds….
Posted on January 20, 2015
I can’t tell you how excited I am to watch this documentary! Why is not on Netflicks? The trailer seems to mix journalism and detective work with the absurd, can’t wait to watch.
This mouthwateringly entertaining film travels the globe to unravel a captivating culinary mystery. General Tso’s chicken is a staple of Chinese-American cooking, and a ubiquitous presence on restaurant menus across the country. But just who was General Tso? And how did his chicken become emblematic of an entire national cuisine? Director Ian Cheney (King Corn, The City Dark) journeys from Shanghai to New York to the American Midwest and beyond to uncover the origins of this iconic dish, turning up surprising revelations and a host of humorous characters along the way. Told with the verve of a good detective story,The Search for General Tso is as much about food as it is a tale of the American immigrant experience. A Sundance Selects release from IFC Films.