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Posted by Jonas - November 25th, 2010
I'm pretty sick of all these ethnic holidays gang.
I feel like punching someone in the dick, and by punching, I mean slowly massaging like the god damn TSA.
See you all in Michigan for the Michigan Meet Up 2011.
Lots of stuff coming up in the funtastic future, keep your peeps peeled.
Posted by Jonas - June 8th, 2010
White people poorly fight with special effects and bicker constantly. (You can stop reading now).
If the main characters have to stop and explain what just happened, you've failed artistically as a director.
If the main characters have to stop to comment insipidly on every banal bit of flavour you've tried to add to the world, you've failed as a writer, or possible set director.
If the main character's fight sequences are over so fast, you wish you could rewind time to understand whether or not you enjoyed what you just saw, you've failed as an editor.
If the main character has a slow motion pan of him pulling two swords out with a blurred out background, and no correlation as to why this shot is happening, you've failed at directing.
If the main villain decides to leave an all powerful artifact in the middle of a room guarded by a single assassin when he has several at his command, including guards, and the artifact itself has a WIN BUTTON on it, and somehow can't be used to defeat enemies coming to take it, at least go defend it yourself.
If your special effects make me wonder whether or not they at times were worse than X-Men Wolverine's Revenge, you've failed as an artistic director.
If your film somehow is seen as a lighthearted romp of a romantic comedy with light action and big hunky stars, you've failed as a marketing director.
OVERALL- This movie gets 4 White People out of 0 Persians.
HEARTTHROBBOMETER IS AT MAX
Posted by Jonas - May 10th, 2010
Today we lost one of the great artists of any genre.
Frank Frazetta died today.
And that sucks.
He was up there with some of my favorites, Ernie Chan, Bill Sienkiewicz, and Alex Toth.
What a tragic loss.
I'll have to revisit some fantasy art and think of him when I do so.
Who are your inspirational artists?
Posted by Jonas - April 6th, 2010
Considering I've sorted/editted/uploaded the various 1000+ photos from the Newgrounds NYC meet up, managed to finish an art contest entry on time, and am now working hard on my Pico Day flash, I guess I can tackle the far easier stuff on my to do list.
Doing my taxes and finding a new job.
Anyone wanna hire with limited to no experience on anything outside of being a complete chode?
Also here's a photo of Mike and a tshirt on his body.