So, this is the design I was working. It was a custom designed and custom made iPad holder for my lovely wife. It has a concealed magnet within the plywood so she can easily and quickly stick it on the fridge when it’s not needed.
As you can see, I was aiming for practical. Here’s another image with some magnet action.
Here’s a sneak preview of a little project I’m just finishing up with composer Chris Harrington, which for a change we did in reverse to the usual workflow. Although more by accident than design, the music came first and I sort of had to reverse engineer to work out what story the music was telling.
It has been a lot of fun. I can’t wait to show you all.
Tootles at the Seoul Internationl Youth Film Festival, a photo by onehugeeye on Flickr.
Last Saturday I received the catalog of this year’s Seoul International Youth Film Festival where Tootles was selected for screening in the Kid’s Eye category, which is the only category in the festival that’s not competitive.
I feel very honoured to see Tootles among such great productions inits Asian premiere.
I think it was translated as “Floats and Max” if my Google Translator can be trusted.
Also, while submitting the film to iMDb I stumbled upon an excerpt of Chris Harrington’s score for the short: Listen up!
…gathers no moss, or so they say. Whatever that means I’m pretty sure it applies here.
This little project has been on hold for long enough and having made Tootles public this week has made me antsy. I’ve decided I’m going to do my best to dedicate at least a short session every week.
This is my second one this week and it’s good to see these little guys moving again.
While doing some tidying up at home I stumbled upon some characters I did years ago. I have brought them to the office But now they’ve made me want to go and buy clay to make some more. There’s no 3D like real life 3D eh?