My wonderful daughter Chloe made this for me a few years ago. I have it on a t-shirt! My college roommates used to say this to me all the time.
I am very fortunate to have been included in the Supernova Silent Screen festival hosted by the Denver Digerati in, well, Denver. I made a specially cropped version of Brood X just for this festival. And then added music and some other scenes, which is the version I’ve linked to in this sentence.
Brood X will be shown on screen 6. From their website:
A brand new screen in 2021, the 15th and Champa location is a super high pixel pitch, non-standard format that is close to street level, making it highly visible to anyone passing by. Denver Digerati is very excited to inaugurate this dynamic LED as part of our Silent Screen program in 2021.https://denverdigerati.org/silent-screen-2021
I won’t make it out there to see this in person, but the organizers were kind enough to send some pics and footage of this week’s screen test.
I’m very grateful to be a part of this! I hope someone in Denver gets a kick out of this video.
I completed a new animation today, which commemorates this summer of cicadas. I wrote the soundtrack music, and filmed this one in record time, given the amount of work and puppets involved.
You can watch Brood X at Doranimation.com.
More very soon!
When I visited San Fransisco last fall, I met this wonderful old gal. Her name is Gina, and she’s since gone over the rainbow bridge. It was lovely to get to know her a bit while staying with her parents.
I made this diorama for Gina’s folks. They told me that raccoons come into the house at night through the dog panel in their door. I was so envious!
This is a reworking of #3.
Words make things better,
Reliving my day again,
I should have said that.