Monday, July 31, 2006

four tet

I happened to be thinking about The Four Tet. This is a solo electronic trubador who is really amazing to see live. He also has a cool design sense. He has a few of his tracks on his myspace account.....myspace, gag. I'm getting really sick of it. Anyway give a listen here.
The website is here.

Sunday, July 30, 2006


I was browsing one of my favorite sites Motionographer and i followed a link to takagimasakatsu. Some really amazing experimental motion graphics! Stan Brackage eat your heart out.

Saturday, July 29, 2006


monument valley

I thought I might open a flickr account and to start by showing one of my favorite panoramas. Laurie snapped off these shots on our way to California and I stitched them together in phothsop.
The gateway to the west.

Thursday, July 27, 2006

scope boy

Saturday, July 22, 2006

new design in progress

I have created a new design for my blog, it mostly consists of stealing source code from other blogs I fancy, so I can't take credit for the layout. A few of my blogs were lost in the transfer, I started deleting things that shouldn't have been deleted. My blog about annoying helicopters was lost and perhaps a few others that weren't too interesting. With the onset of a better design I'm going to try to follow suite with better topics directed towards motion graphics, design, 3d animation and film!!

Still in Progress....getting Closer though!

testing testing

does this work?

Tuesday, July 04, 2006

Carmel By-The-Sea

I'm currently reading East of Eden, an epic novel by John Steinbeck. The majoirty of the novel takes place in Northern California's Salinas Valley. This weekend we took a road trip up Highway 1 to San Louis Obispo through Big Sir into Carmel a beautiful drive a bit foggy but a wonderful place to set eyes on for the first time. Stayed in a nice bed-n-breakfast visited the famous pebble beach golf course, went to see Nacho Libre. Anyways on the way back we got a chance to see the historical town of Salinas. It is a quaint agricultural town surround by two beautiful mountain ranges. Fun to imagine Steinbecks characters on the still preserved beautiful country side.