June 30, 2008

Daily Doodle

June 21, 2008

I'm In The *What* Street Journal??

I just got a lovely email from AWNtv's Mo Wheelan alerting me to the fact that in today's Wall Street Journal, there is a write-up of AWNtv which includes a screencap of Juxtaposer. So my name and the film's name aren't included, but someone once said that a picture is worth a thousand words. I'm just tickled pink by my good luck. I think I just might bake celebration brownies.

Here's the article online: http://www.wsj.com/public/article_print/SB121392248249490537.html


People are always messing with that wonderful opera. A few months ago I saw a god-awful ballet version of Carmen performed by the St. Petersburg ballet company. I figure if St. Petersburg is allowed to muck up Carmen, why not me?

June 19, 2008

Doodle Dump

Tall Dark and Gruesome

June 17, 2008

Doodle Sauce

Cocoa Puffs: Great Chocolatey Escape

I freelanced at Primal for a couple months, and this is one of the projects I worked on. Sonny is tons of fun. Once its safe, I'll post the two other projects I did at Primal.

June 15, 2008

Website Tweakage

I'm tweaking my website design a bit to make it more fun to visit. And for anyone who has had fifteen minutes of nothing better to do, didja find the easter eggs??

Doodle Sauce

June 13, 2008

June 11, 2008

Today's Sketches

What I doodled today while I was procrastinating.

June 09, 2008

Some Sketches

I meant to update my website this weekend, but got distracted by cleaning the office, doing wedding errands, seeing Kung Fu Panda, and rediscovering my love of naptime. So instead, here are some doodles I done did in my crapbook .

June 03, 2008

Keepon The Dancing Robot

Keepon is a robot who dances. He was developed by scientists in Japan to help treat children with Asperger's syndrome and autism. Pretty lofty job description for a robot that is essentially two yellow balls, eyes, and a button nose. But apart from his scientific credentials, if you watch this music video which introduces Keepon, you'll see a fantastic lesson in character appeal. Keepon has only a few simple moves, and no appendages, or a face that can change expression or even blink, but he is an irresistible personality. You see his magic best when he is dancing with the more human-proportioned robots. While the other bots can wave their arms, do the twist, and scuttle like crabs, Keepon seems like a little living animal among them. Simple, adorable, and incredibly entertaining. Great song too. I love Spoon. Thank you Nate for finding this video!