Monthly Archives for June 2012
Two weeks ago, my friend Susan out west sent me a link to an animation contest in Calgary. My original post was short, but excited. I had two weeks to put together a proposal. Because of other things going on, … Continue reading
A while ago, I expressed interest in an online publishing platform created by a magazine for internal use, and which the magazine was going to make public. The platform would allow authors to upload content and build publications and issue … Continue reading
Check this out: http://www.vanarts.com/events/pixar-artists-masterclass-toronto-2012 VanArts is proud to present a Masterclass in Animation & Story Development, featuring instructors Matthew Luhn (Head of Story) and Andrew Gordon (Animator), both from Pixar Animation Studios. This exceptional 2-day event takes place in Toronto, … Continue reading
A month or so ago, several of my friends’ kids introduced me to Minecraft. Minecraft is a ‘sandbox’ game where the player can build things in a blocky world. There is also a ‘survival’ mode where night and day take … Continue reading
Elizabeth Castro has written a series of books on creating ebooks. As soon as I can scrape up the money, I’m going to order the bundle.
I recently finished putting English words to that four-page introduction to my Scaffoldword comic. Here are two PDFs of the introduction, one in English, and the other in Esperanto: scaffold_world_intro_en_1 scaffold_world_intro_eo_1 These PDFs were created in Adobe Acrobat from individual … Continue reading