My to-do list for the day has six videos, eight costume changes, and an ass-load of editing. Before I can do any of that, however, I need to take a shower. Sleeping beauty is, well, sleeping, thereby prohibiting me from taking said shower and getting the ball rolling on my weekend of production work. So instead, I'm writing this.
First, I need to draw your attention to the new comics on the EotU and Zaphod Zombie blog. This week saw three new pages of Explorers of the Unknown which climaxed with Chris coming face-to-face with an irate Tyrannosaurus Rex. Zaphod Zombie got stripped, went car shopping, and pointed out that you're not born a zombie, but that it's a condition. You know, like being really, REALLY smart.
Videos and more after the break!
In short, I'm really pleased with the amount of creative work accomplished this week. As always, major props go to bell02 for his artistic interpretation of my Explorers of the Unknown feature screenplay. We're hard at work on the second issue and I'm happy to report that as great as the first issue turned out, the second one is that much better.
For the few people who actually sat through and watched all of my "HV01" rant ... thank you. I don't know that it won't happen again, but I can tell you that pending Sleeping Beauty's awakening, I'll be hard at work on a slew of fresh new, scripted material.
On my youtube channel, I recently revived my classic krumbinesBRAIN show with the last episode launching a short arc about a copy cat named Larry Kindman.
And for those of you who are wondering: yes, these videos are based on actual events. Only the names, people, and events have been changed.
Since new videos are obvious and easy to find, I want to take this opportunity to direct your attention to one of the older episodes of krumbinesBRAIN. Enjoy it!
The anguished musings of a jack-of-all trades creative professional based out of Longwood, Florida. Find out more about him here. You know, if that's your 'thing'.
Most of my production music is original but if I need something extra-special, I usually get it from AudioNautix.com: