Sunday, May 31, 2009

Pixar, you've done it again, sir!

Hey, yeah, I know another post without a drawing, but its ok because I'm talking about an animated movie. Go watch Up! It was fantastic! Pixar upholds its rep yet again. We'll see with Toy Story 3 and Cars 2. But don't get me started on sequels... So, if you have 11-15 bucks just sitting around the desk, or in the sofa cushions, then go watch Up in 3D! And congrats "real D 3D" the two movies I have seen that you did the 3D stuffs for looked great.

And Carl Fredricksen is the coolest old man!

Monday, May 25, 2009

Quiet on the set!

Wow! Yesterday was the day of the big shoot, (as in shoot a movie.)
About two months ago, my friend, Stephen, finished a script to a short film. Stephen, the Director, and his Assistant Director, Eric, have been coming over to my house since about a month ago to go over me story boarding it. My brother, Matthew, was the star of the short film. It was great being on set of the final project with all these real actors, Cinematographer people, and a Make Up Artist. I have actually been working on the story boards for this for at least the past four posts I've done on here.
This summer be looking for Maverick from Sunrise Pictures.

Well, I'm actually posting this because it was an amazing experience, and because I have a sore throat and typing is about all I can do.
Don't worry, I'm sure with Stephen's permission I'll get some story board drawings on here.

Saturday, May 9, 2009

Sunday, May 3, 2009

Swine Flu!!

This week for school I was reading George Orwell's Animal Farm. It is a pretty easy read, but the main topic of the story is Communism. Orwell basically takes Communism (or in the book Animalism) and puts it into a context of animals on a farm in England. The animals of Manor Farm decide they don't need their old masters, the humans, anymore and run them off the farm. The pigs are the leaders of the rebellion since they are the smartest and most cunning of the animals. Eventually, the animals start to see that their leaders aren't all they're cracked up to be after they go against all the "7 Commandments" that they set up at the beginning of the rebellion. And as we know, Communism, or Animalism is a terrible business. The pigs rule with an iron fist! (See above)

The best character in the book is Benjamin, the Donkey, (for obvious reasons) and because he is just like Eeyore. Once the pigs decide to make a windmill for electrical purposes. When they ask Benjamin he replies, "Windmill or no windmill, life will go on the same way it always has. That is-badly."

Well, the terrible epidemic is upon us! No one shake hands. No one go out in public! No one, get worried about this... Yeah, I seem to recall a certain, "Bird Flu" that hit some years back and how it was a "terrible epidemic". Sure, it might have been bad, but an epidemic? I think not. Well, as far as I'm concerned, I think the media has nothing else to do. Break outs like this are just what they are looking for! If they are really concerned about swine problems, how has Wienerschnitzel lasted so long?

I think a real pig problem to watch out for is Animalism. I hear it is on the rise.

Saturday, May 2, 2009

Super Studs.

Well, only a couple of these guys were "epic failures". Since I had nothing else to post however, you are stuck with these guys.
I actually was drawing a lot in the month of April but not all were the worthy for me to take a picture it and put it on here.
Well, I would have posted these when I drew them; nearer to the time of my last post. But my Internet has been blocked by parental controls. Which I wouldn't mind so much if it would let me get on here, or at least check my email. So, if any of you have emailed me in the past two months. I might not have seen it.
As my friend commented in the last post, a lot of things have been going on. I got my braces off! I actually got them off before I posted that last drawing on here. But, I haven't been able to get on the Internet. Now I gotta' get a new benscomix drawing.