Tuesday, February 15, 2011

A Postin' Storm

I've been posting a ton on my Tumblr blog. Be sure to check it out if you haven't already.

Sunday, January 30, 2011

I take it back

I think I'm going to keep adding to this blog AND the tumblr. Clap Twice is more textual, and my tumblr blog will be more visual.

That is all.

I might be switching to Tumblr

I just discovered Tumblr and I'm considering switching to that for blogging. It's just so much easier. I don't have to think about how big my images are and whether they'll look good or not... and Tumblr is just so gosh darn sexy looking.

Here's my tumblr in it's infant stages:


Of course, this blog will stay up, but if you get tired of not seeing new stuff here, try the tumblr.

Thursday, January 27, 2011


In my last post, I mentioned that I was working on an animation. It's funny, because since then I came up with another idea and it's done. It's short and I like it. It's called "Edges."

Monday, January 24, 2011

Time Keeps On Going

I'm working on a new animation. It's about a man trying to hypnotize a bear to make him some breakfast. Here's a screenshot: http://twitpic.com/3t7cob

Also, I created a new youtube account to store all my old Flash animations, so that people with smart phones can view them.

There's a dead fly on my table.

I created BoredBears.com. Bored Bears are decorative desk accessories that watch you while you work. They are bored and want to go home, just like you. They're very cute. I'll be selling them on Etsy soon.

Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Countown to Christmas

As you may, or may not know, I started a new job last September for a company called Smilebox. They make it easy to share photos and videos online in customizable e-cards. My job is to design, build, and animate them. For the holidays, I had the opportunity of creating this fun advent calendar style e-card titled "Countdown to Christmas." Unlike an advent calendar, you're encouraged to open all the doors at once, but it's got a lot of fun art, animation and sounds behind each door, so Check it out:

The voices for characters were done by Jessica and I. Thanks to Susan, who created a lot of the artwork. If you enjoyed Countdown to Christmas, feel free to download Smilebox and make your own e-cards. It's free to share through email, but if you want to print things--you have to buy a subscription.

Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Sledding in Seattle

I love snow. It snowed this week in Seattle, so I spent some time out in it. Here's a little video I made about some sledding I witnessed at Gasworks Park: