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  1. Hi all, Haven't posted in a while but in the last few months I've made a bunch of things I'd thought to post here. First, a walkcycle test animation for Purple Tentacle:
  2. Wow guys, another great episode. This was the one I was hoping for. The funny thing is, I'm about to start the pre-production of an animated short (financed by the Dutch Filmfund, yay) and we're also thinking about recording a small production diary to put online. This is really inspiring in so many ways
  3. Awesome! Can't wait to see more. I do agree about the character though... I think something more cartoony and hand-animated (a walkcycle isn't that much work and looks much better than tween-animation) I love the background, a good nice concept piece
  4. So you can listen to the new Tenacious D Album on their site: www.RizeoftheFenix.com Be sure to listen to 'roadie'
  5. That was awesome Can't wait for the next one! I do have a question about the involvement of the backers: Will you post concept art (and storyboards) for us to look at and comment on? Or will it be less than something like that? I'm very curious about the artwork Nathan is a hero, so I'm expecting a lot of cool stuff
  6. Heya! I already posted this on the Telltale forums but since Double Fine has also influenced my work, I figured I could post it here as well! After 7 months of hard work, I finished my graduation short last week and you can watch it on: Let me know what you think! About Sheeped Away Sheeped Away tells the tale of a farmer who just wants to be with his beloved sheep. When a giant UFO enters his life to claim his sheep, what will he do to keep them safe from harm? And can he do this without waking his monstrous wife? The whole point of making “Sheeped Away” was to make a tribute of sorts, to the old American cartoons I grew up with. They were not necessarily made for children but neither were they unwatchable for them. I wanted to make something just like that; something for both adults and kids. And adult kids like me. It was a difficult process of 7 long months, but with the help of a lot of awesome talented people, I made it. I can’t thank them enough.
  7. Right I'm new to this forum (but not new to the whole old-Lucasarts games community) so hello! I'm replaying Psychonauts these days, which inspired me to do some character pieces I of course started with Raz but I'm planning to do all of them (or, most of them) Let me know what you think! http://imajunationblog.blogspot.com/2009/05/and-then-you-make-their-heads-explode.html
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