Monday, February 8, 2010

A Vote for Demon Sheep is a Vote for Winning

I first heard about this video over at Dvorak Blog and knew it must be shared with everyone.

This video shows me that there is a place for creativity in the world of political smear campaigns. I look forward to what WETA can do with this.

Also, where does Demon Sheep stand on welfare issues?

Tuesday, January 5, 2010

This was just to amazing to not post. I hope to one day be able to do at least one of the stunts he does.

Monday, October 19, 2009

I found this little gem a nd wanted to share it with you all.

I wonder how long it will take for Mainstream News to pick this up and spend days discussing it?

Thursday, October 1, 2009

Robots and Pancakes

Finally a robot to solve my hygienic concerns with packaged Pancakes.

What can't technology solve?

I could stare at this robot stacking for about an hour before I would get sick of it.

Tuesday, June 23, 2009

Transformers 2

Michael Bay, what the Hell!?!

More to come...

Friday, February 27, 2009

Big Dog

I love robots plain and simple. Here is a progress report on Big dog.

My only question is when can I own one?

Thursday, October 30, 2008

TV and Me

As most of you know I was part of a group of friends that made a short lived Television show called "Floor 42". Originally it was going to be a sketch comedy show where we would tackle the news, pop culture and other funny ideas that came to us. We figure we could make an episode a week with ease, we where mistaken to say the least.
Two years, two weddings, a few moves, an engagement and three completed episodes later we decided to put the show on the back burner because none of us really have the time, energy or financial backing to continue the show. An unspoken pact was made to place the show on the back burner and see if we could revive it in the future some time. Until that day arises the three completed episodes we made now live on Google video and youtube.

It has taken me a while to remember I haven't talked about these episodes on this blog before. So here they are with a few added comments by myself.

This first episode took us about 6 months to shot, edit and finalize. It was a very grueling process that showed us it would take more than an idea and some video equipment to make something of quality.

Ah Episode 2... you where something else. This episode was original recorded without me by the Vince's. I was a little angered by that but in the end it turns out the first take didn't have audio so we had to re-shoot and I got to be there for it. You cna also thank me for the crappy lighting. The most fun I had during this episode was driving around Minneapolis while filming the opening by Josh Parker. We where using some older 50lbs camera which got to be fairly annoying by the end of the day, we survived none the less.

Episode three was my attempt to inspire and re-energize us. I wrote the script, expanded how many people where in it and even added to the crew. We secured locations and tried to organize better than we had in the past. We also built sets and got a small budget for catering, no budget for anything else though. This by far is may favorite episode of the three that we completed.

Now there is a fourth episode. It is mostly an epic fight between myself and the camera man. A wonderfully shot and scored masterpiece it was never completed. We where about two or three days away form completing it and everything just fell apart. All motivation and drive just dissipated, we never finished it but if we had it would have been one of the greatest episodes we would have ever made.