Thursday, January 28, 2010

Action Design

I just finished planning the action sequences for Go Sukashi: Episode 2.

Tuesday, January 26, 2010

I have been told by several people that I should play Travis Touchdown in a movie version of NO MORE HEROES. I hadn't actually looked up the game until today and the more I look at Travis Touchdown, the more I wonder if they just copied the character I played in Doug TenNapel's Sockbaby series. Who knows. . .

Saturday, January 23, 2010

Go Sukashi part 2

I am finally back home after my trip through LA and San Francisco followed by two days of helping Ben Beames install a floor in Atwater. I am tired and sore, but happy to make the following anouncement.

A second Episode of Go Sukashi will go into production next month!

Brooke Brodack
returns as Bethany, Sukashi's responsible girlfriend.

Justin Spurlock
returns as Brian, Sukashi's annoyed best friend.

And of course, Sukashi returns as. . . Sukashi.
Prepare for mind breaking!

Wednesday, January 20, 2010


Spoke at St. Mary's College yesterday to a Film Apreciation class. After I was done, I got to see a pretty interesting French Animation film called THE TRIPLETS of BELLEVILLE.

Tuesday, January 19, 2010


Had breakfast with Hal Forsstrom (Motion Graphics and Visual effects man for DANGER ELEMENT and GO SUKASHI) and Andrew Dickman where we discussed ideas for the next installment of Go Sukashi as well as the subjects of movies, comic books and cartoons

Then Andrew took me over to Union Station in downtown Los Angeles to catch a train for a ten hour trip to San Francisco.


Traveled down to LA with Ben Page and Amy Roiland.
Got to talk to Justin Roiland, Abed Gheith, Myke Chilian and Doug Jones for a few minutes before Ben and I took off for Glendale to meet up with Andrew Dickman (2D animator for Go Sukashi) and Glen Gabriel (Composer for DANGER ELEMENT) who was visiting from Sweden. Ben Page snapped this picture of Glen, Andrew and I.

Saturday, January 16, 2010

Battle J Series preview

A look at the next few episode of my internet short film series: BATTLE JITNI

Thursday, January 14, 2010

Story butchering practice

Ben Page and Amy Roiland (both of whom are somehow conveniently illustrated below in the same picture) come over here today and let me put them in an awkward short film. I've been trying to shoot and edit more stuff during the periods of time when I am not doing professional stuff, even if it isn't planned, just to keep my head around it.