My current project is helping out my good friend Matthew Davis in the artistic and web end of his fan convention, NuCon. It’s going to be great, scoot on over to NuCon.Org for the particulars!
As that my web host gave up the ghost.. this will be my new site. While I’m getting things prepared, click the samples button, there are links to my art galleries and soon to be actual samples of various and sundry art projects.
I went geocaching today ( www.geocaching.com for more info ) and found what’s bound to be one of my favorite caches of all time. It was in Highland Park in Macon and I didn’t even know of the park. There were huge and magestic hardwoods all over some hilly terrain and a wonderful little grotto (unfortunately defaced with graffiti). That forest truly had its own magic and the weather was perfect. Naturally, my fat ass almost expired from the walk 🙂
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I am a little bit late in writing this, but “The Crazies” came out 2-26-2010 and I, of course, went to see it. It was a lot better than I had expected it to be. I would give it a 3.75 of 5.0, although, having worked on the graphics, I’m probably a bit less than impartial. I have posted some of the pre-production pictures on Facebook, here:
I finally have something to blog about… The boss and I drove to Cordele (locals pronounce it core-deal, I prefer core-da-lay) to look over one of the locations of an upcoming zombie movie. We will be providing the signage and digital prints for the Georgia locations. The movie will be a remake of George A. Romero’s “The Crazies” (1973) [The military attempts to contain a killer man-made virus that causes death and permanent insanity in those infected. IMDB] Romero is writing the characters and he is also the executive producer (Romero is the king of the living dead and was also involved in “Tales from the Darkside”, and much more).