The rudder, bent by a strong riptide, pulls me in a new direction.
Not, not by these characters:
Instead, a friend of mine, Karen Hawkins, has asked me to read and critique on amazon.com her latest release, How to Pursue a Princess:
While reading, I’ll place my iced drink on the new coaster I bought at this past weekend’s art show in Dahlonega, GA:
…but my wife bought me a vintage Omega watch, instead. Go, figure.
A nod to Zach, gods, monsters, staff writers, set designers, lighting crew, etc.
In the world of virtual puppeteering, which product do I want for my birthday: iClone5 standard, iClone5 pro, CrazyTalk Animator standard, or Crazytalk Animator Pro?
Will iClone5 Pro work with the 3D movement detector I should receive in July?
When we were kids, were we able to ice skate the first time we stepped onto the rink?
Well, the Aquatic Leaping Bubble Boy gets to experience ice skating for the first time he was animated from a 2D drawing to a “2.5-dimensional” experiment using CrazyTalk Animator Pro (the trial version):
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Recent thanks to Debra at KCDC; Chrystyna and Austin at Publix; Kizzie and Katy at Steak ‘n’ Shake; the cheerful people at Madison County License Department
I feel an urge to combine the following items into something that I don’t quite know what yet:
- ScriptKit drag-and-drop programming.
- Sarah Palin cutout doll kit.
- Cardboard Christmas wrapping paper tubes and Amazon shipping boxes.
- “Free stuff” sites like Craigslist, Freecycle and Yerdle.
- Valued-added software like InboundWriter.
- Je ne sais quoi…
Another stop-action story, perhaps?
A new hand-drawn animated comic?
Here are some comic/horror book covers that don’t take long to load:
And one more PDF biggie that does take a long time to load:
So, word on the street in Hollywood is a remake of the Andy Griffith Show, with Opie returning to his hometown, OR…
A live version of the Archie comic series, because…
we’ve already re/made these:
So many more to read at my leisure before digging gold in Canada.
Did somebody mention the Gold Diggers?
The journey toward amateur, animated graphic, novelised storymaking begins:
Chapter 1: The Awakening