Wednesday, September 11, 2013

What's been going on...

Hi all, been experience a down time in my personal creative zone mostly because of new working life in-between trying to get my messed up room sorted and daily distractions. Been happily multi-tasking now at the studio working alongside the director and anim. director to get more eps out for our latest tv series while in-between overseeing audio recordings and checking out scripts and scn/animation edits from the animation dept. Today will be busy trying to get my notes together for various scripts for several eps to our editor while trying to scramble to wrap up a storyboard for Director and hopefully some character designs for our Art Director.
Waaayyy too many things I want to do in-between that. Learn a new language, that would be French for now while doing more anatomy study. Dangit,now I want to add blacksmithing into that category after my fellow summoner pal posted this to me.

In other news, Summoner Eric has also highlighted to me the growing trend and talent that's been happening in China. And my goodness, it is outrageously good and I so want to be in that caliber.
http://kotaku.com/meet-chinas-newest-animated-hero-and-his-very-very-1276354570


And something that got my attention this morning at the studio. My colleague shared some clips of what I know has been one of the most tragic projects that took place for the good 2011 to 2012. Digital Domain's The Legend of Tembo...the Elephant that could...
Tembo Environ & Character Test (unfinished) from Chaz Williams on Vimeo.

Various Tembo Tests from Chaz Williams on Vimeo.
And ironically,a fellow facebook acquaintance too have been sharing the same clip online today and spoke of this unfortunate turn of events that took a life changing career path from him. So just for old times sake of what could have been, here's a sneak peek on what was shared.

But on a happier note, here's a very intriguing and promising project that I would love to take off and soar.
¡Ay├║danos a levantar Garra de Jaguar! from Ocho Venado Producciones on Vimeo.
You can help to make it happen by visiting and contributing to this site :
http://fondeadora.mx/projects/garra-de-jaguar

I'm sorry to see that my friend's project didn't manage to make enough in Kickstarter to see his and his friends project take off,as promising as it looked. And more sorry that I was unable to help contribute anything this time around due to financial constraints those past few months. But am definitely hoping for the best and for a revive in the project so that these talented and well deserving individuals can see their dream project come through.
http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1235790455/1000-the-animated-micro-series?ref=live

And something beautiful that caught my eyes from fellow acquaintance,Marguerite Suvage's site :
http://margueritesauvage.tumblr.com/post/60882684459/kaleidoscopic-floor-installations-made-of-mirrors

The now infamous Anthony Misiano is making huge waves and fans all over the globe with his excellent portrayal of my all time favorite villain, The Joker.

I'd certainly have him on my top list of actors to portray the Joker if I ever get to fulfill my dream to direct a project based on the DC franchise.
You can find him here at :
https://www.facebook.com/HarleysJoker

Oh and I'm sooo grateful to BBC and BBC Wales for giving me my much needed cravings for periodic shows on food and facts of lifestyle and living during that era.
The Supersizers Go with Giles Coren and Sue Perkins...

and BBC Wales gave me the Coal House series which I now adore.....

A peek into the Coal House at War series :


Will try to get my creative streak up to scratch if at all possible this time around...*deep sigh*
But for now, have been definitely keep myself abundantly occupied.

Cheers all!

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