So I figured I’d inform the blogosphere about current cube life.
My film this year (which shall remain a secret as to surprise said blogosphere come late April) has 51 scenes… including full-color and dialog! Yippee! (Not yippee that there are only 130 days to do all this! AAAAAAAAAGHHH!!!) I figure I can do 5 scenes a week and have a month saved up for post production (translation: technical difficulties). I’m really excited about this year’s film, but still… That April 26th deadline is scaaaaryyy! (just for comparison, last year’s film, VALUE BLiND, had 19 scenes and it took me an entire 2.5 months from start to finish– and I completed a week before films were due, hooray for avoiding crunch time!) This year’s film has 32 more scenes and an extra minute of animation! But, this marks the last week of my third semester at CalArts! I can’t believe how quickly this semester passed! And I’m sure it’ll only get quicker!
Anyway, here are some shots of my cube in its current state of filmness.
Completed scenes are hanging out on the left side, field guide in the middle and a life drawing on the right.
Progress of a scene that got completely redone!
Scenes to-do and notes on the work-in-progress scene… Along with a mini candy cane! 😀
The Button-Bracelet converter allows you to wear any five 1″ buttons together as a bracelet!
The Button-Earrings converters lets you wear a pair of buttons as earrings!
And here are the latest button releases.
Companion Cube Buttons… Sorry, you’ll have to settle for these because I couldn’t figure out the engineering behind a Portal gun.
You know you want to buy some hip buttons! Now at tahnee.org’s BrightEye Studios Tahn-Emporium, you can buy buttons to your heart’s content. Buttons are only 95 cents a piece and sell in packs of 5 or more. Shipping’s only 80 cents (FLAT RATE!!) to anywhere in the US!!!!
Really. Where else are you going to get hot buttons like these? New designs added as often as I can! I’m open to suggestions for any designs you may want to see, so post your ideas!
And a major-shout out to Daniel and the OC community, this would have been impossible without them!
Latest and greatest from CalArts work! Sorry in advance for the low quality images and the poor lighting. The cubicles are nice and cozy, and while I can definitely see what I’m working on, the lighting isn’t the best for pictures!
So CalArts pretty much does this: