Today in procrastination follies. I should be adding ID headers to the video from last weekend’s Mock Trials. But A) I am too dizzy to stand up and work and B) I need to call my doc about that particular side effect. But C) I don’t have my new doc’s number in my phone and D) If I add it to my phone it won’t necessarily appear in my contacts on my computer. So… E) I’m now spending time looking up what the hell is up with iOS6 and the weird linked contacts thing and why it doesn’t sync back to Outlook/Exchange properly.
And F) I’m talking to you all about what you’re doing rather than doing real™ work. What are friends for?
So G) I’m going to blog this because I haven’t blogged crap in weeks.
Also — this made me very happy.
Yes, I know the frame runs out over the border of the column. The video is far too cool to stick into the little itty-bitty column width that my graphic-miser heart requires for hipster credibility.
There’s an entire website about it — with lots of pictures and making of bits.
And I’m considering learning/experimenting with comics and animation. Because wth? I need to go haring off after yet another medium for story telling.
Cut paper, pop-up books, and projected lights & images, bring Ice Book to chilling life. This video gives you an idea of what the piece looks like in person and how it is created. Davy and Kristin McGuire.
Villagers! vikings! Castles, swords, and … dinosaurs? Dinosaur Battle Town, Eddie West’s 4th year project will thrill the 4 year-old boy in everyone.Yeah, it reminded me of Howl’s Moving Castle just a little too.
The effectiveness of simple materials used in a clever way. Paper, pens, scissors. Not to mention the charming not quite English of its creator.
Every cup of coffee contains its own soul, extracted from your feeling today.every cup of coffee is like a magic show containing different journey and bringing the unending imagination and surprises.With a sip of coffee, you not only taste your own story, but also change your perspective of the world.
Stop motion essence of coffee :)
More papery wonderfulness, insects, leaves, and very special 3‑D forms. Sara Burgess works with white paper and an x‑acto knife.