Archive for April, 2006

The Adventures of Dixie Cupp

Thursday, April 13th, 2006

This was just going to be a quick demonstration, but the club’s interest in the project and Maggie and Sara’s enthusiasm in performing their roles demanded that we finish the production.

Why Why Why

Wednesday, April 12th, 2006

I put in a Lightning Seeds CD tonight as background music for getting some work done, and it just made me think about how much I enjoy this one-man band. I didn’t pick up the best of when it came out in 1997, because I remember objecting to something in the selection (I have no […]

They’ve never heard of the California Raisins

Tuesday, April 11th, 2006

In addition to the usual film clubs, my new club this semester is Animation Club (now renamed ANNIE to better fit with DAVE). When I pitched it, I was thinking we could use Final Cut Express and layers to do some computer-based 2D animation. I knew we wouldn’t have the time or attention spans needed […]

Found it

Monday, April 10th, 2006

I posted a few weeks ago about a story I was interviewed for regarding the big international cartoon controversy. I couldn’t find it online then, but now here it is.


Monday, April 10th, 2006

Switch has now existed for some number that’s in the teens (I think it’s 13 or 14 issues), but a lot of people still haven’t heard of it or seen it. The Journal Star has been publishing it as a wrap, 8 pages around each week’s Ground Zero, distributed for free on Fridays at 50-something […]