Finally my site has been redone for the third time. I feel the site now has a cleaner and much more navigable look.
Anyways what I’ve been up to, I’m currently taking a course via the Smithsonian about comic book creation. The course is taught by Dr. Michael Uslan and Stan Lee. At the end of the course we have to turn in a superhero & villian sketch and story, which I will also end up posting here.
Speaking of graphic novels, I’m also working on issue #3 of a side project based on the comedy of the Big 3, which I will also end up posting here.
I’m hoping to film something this summer… whether I’m able to turn it into a feature or short film or trailer…I’m not sure. Over the course of the next month I would like to revisit a lot of old projects and post what I can to Youtube. So far I’ve posted, CHARLIE, a conceptual trailer I produced.
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Bill Plympton is considered the “King of Indie Animation” and is the first person to hand draw an entire animated feature film (over 40,000 drawings). Bill Plympton moved to New York City in 1968 and began his career creating cartoons for publications such as The New York Times, National Lampoon, Playboy, and Screw. In 1987 he was nominated for an Oscar® for his animated short Your Face. In 2005, Bill received another Oscar nomination, this time for his short film Guard Dog. Bill is now raising funds on Kickstarter for his eighth animated feature film, Revengeance. The campaign ends on Thursday, May 21.