Have you ever looked at a sentence until it stopped making sense? For this short, I took a bit from a little-known Lewis Carroll poem, and repeated it until it lost any kind of meaning.

A reading of the poem “Franklin” by Karen Solie, with realtime graphics created in Isadora and Processing.

Blender 2.5, TOBOR, Animate,Change,Talking,Cartoon

Face mophing animation.

I’d seen pictures of it before, but an especially dramatic photograph caught my eye on a magazine cover in the grocery store. It almost looked like another vegetable: a brilliant marigold-orange “fuel-air” bomb, the most powerful non-nuclear weapon on the market.

Snacky the gnome yearns for a peaceful, stable life. Unfortunately, his best friend, Angie the elf, always talks him into trouble. In episode one, Angie dares Snacky to go murloc tipping, and brings home a surprising new pet. Winner, 2nd place in the 'Azeroth Exposed' contest on YouTube. Also screened at DragonCon in September, 2007.

Mr. Finchly has just gotten a 60 dollar raise and wants to figure out the best way to invest it. Produced by John Sutherland for the New York Stock Exchange

Something a little different-–a live-action comedy sketch created with Nicole Stamp, starring Hayley Hudson, Ben Hudson, and Danielle Ayow.

One of the animated series from the Extension Department of Harding College, and produced by John Sutherland, Why Play Leap Frog illustrates how the cost of production, overhead, the processing of raw materials, and labor combine to create the overall cost of a product.


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