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Scraps of Crap

Thursday, January 18th, 2007

Awesome name, awesome idea.

They say we sponsored them; I say “Huh?”

Sunday, November 12th, 2006

I’m plugging Emergent because apparently we sponsored them (and Kristine is exhibiting as well). Don’t think I’ll be there on the Wednesday as I’ll be at the COFA Annual in which I did some work for their Annual CD ROM and intro animation, but I’ll definately be at Emergent on the Thursday (followed by a 3 day drink fest in Melburn with the lads from The Phlu!).

I gotta say, I really dig the Emergent name and logo thing. Very nice. Gets me wet.

And just in case people may get upset, Jo along with a bunch of other peepz will be exhibiting at the COFA Annual. I gotta add, I’m mighty disappointed that there’s a lack of info on the COFA Annual – you’d think it’ll be all over their homepage by now. :(

Here’s an idea: 2mb at your workspace!

Thursday, May 18th, 2006

Click image to view entire work space with captions!
(I’m hoping readers out there do the same and share their workspace!)

That many hours eh?

Wednesday, April 26th, 2006

Hmm, I was just going over the hours I’ve spent on my animation The Paper Pirate. Apparently so far, I’ve spent approx 215 hours just on the animation. It’s still minuscule compared to what Adam totalled up for Ninjaman though (over 500 I think?). But then again, I had too many things going on last year…

Anyway, it’s been 5 months since I’ve done some work on The Paper Pirate and now I’m back on track again. Let’s see how long I can hold onto this for. Here’s hoping I will finish it before I’m 22. ;)


Adam worked over 800 hours on Ninjaman. Freak.