Some of my friends have already seen this, but it’s definitely worth a post here on the ole bloggy blog. This was an animated Valentine to my wife a few years ago. I spent about a week’s worth of nights (including one all-nighter) to churn it out. Drawn, painted, and animated in Flash. (I need […]Read more "an oldie, but a goodie"
Before I began my tale, I needed a heroine. (A bit of trivia: it’s based off a girl I was dating at the time. This ended up becoming awkward for me after we broke up, as this girl character stands by donkeyboy when others won’t. Life, in this case, did not imitate art. Ironic, no? […]Read more "Donkeyboy Monday: the tale begins"
It was the mid-nineties. I was subletting in Chicago. Something drew me to the travelling exhibit of the Guggenheim Art of the Motorcycle. The early motorcycle designs, before a standard was figured out, was nothing short of spectacular. It was art. Form did not always follow function. And sometimes that led to some of the […]Read more "It all started with the Majestic"
This short started out as a script I wrote back before I was even in animation. I moved to LA from Michigan in 1993. For two years I tried to make a go of it working PA jobs on low budget live action films, while writing scripts in my free time. After I wrote this […]Read more "Can’t two old farts get a drink around here?"
Trying to implement a robust posting schedule the day that NHL hockey playoffs start…not a good idea. GO WINGS!!!Read more "The reason Amos and Slim got bumped to Thursday…"
Okay. Here’s the deal. I have a few projects I’d like to share about, but I can never decide which one to concentrate on. So, to help me focus, and to help you know what to expect on any given day (or at least certain given days), I’ve decided to set aside specific days of […]Read more "Focus!"