…Instead, I created this:
…Instead, I created this:
This is a late post, but it was worth posting. The following are photos from another day in NYC with my lovely wife and friends. We kicked off the day with the world’s best pizza from Difara’s in Brooklin (http://www.difara.com/), then ventured to the Botanical Gardens. Eventually I found myself alone as I dropped my wife and friends back to their temporary residence and headed back into town to discover that the Fulton station was closed due to construction. So I lost myself in the city for a bit and traveled down to the World Trade Center site and admired how the folks are working around the clock to rebuild America’s icons. It’s a bit bizarre to see them, but the view was incredible just as the humidity was noticeably setting in the city. Eventually I found my way back home to start another day. Continue reading
While in NYC, I’m running around with my head cut off in many ways, however, it’s been very enjoyable. Though I’m staying in a dorm room like setting, it’s a prime spot to venture out to other parts of the city and to meet up with friends and family. I’m here continuing my studies at RIT and to look for thoughts and inspiration on how to enhance and strengthen my thesis idea. It’ll be very technology heavy and it’s exploring something that I believe has not been done before. It will most likely be an interactive installation. We’ll see how feasible the idea is over the next couple months. Continue reading
What a crazy weekend. As you’re reading this, I’m typing up a blog post while riding Greyhound an it’s testing my motion sickness, but I’m determined to get as much out of my head while I’m still booming with thoughts. Continue reading
Bean Caught is not officially completed, but we did screen at RIT this past Tuesday and received great feedback and I believe people actually enjoyed the film. This was especially nice considering that for the prior 7 days leading up to screenings, I only had 19 hours of sleep, meaning I was sitting in a chair animation, fixing, shading, rigging, rendering, compositing, organizing, etc for at least 140 hours straight. The leftover 9 hours went to eating and showering. :o) Continue reading
My portfolio site went down the other day, but resurfaced just recently. Good news – My work is still up. Bad news – All my info I posted about each piece had disappeared. I’m hoping to recover this soon, but it’ll take me a while. I also found out my animation and video links are broken, so if you happen to be reading this, you can catch many of my videos via www.youtube.com/spunkyddog.