August 03, 2011
The Immortal Augustus Gladstone
The above is one of the most recent youtube videos from Augustus Gladstone which, because of a posting on boingboing.net, has recieved a bit of attention.
My Tinselman blog has virtually silent for some time; the few of you who've paid close attention know why... I was beginning work on a documentary. I explain it this way on The Immortal Augustus Gladstone blog...
I began the early planning for this film about a year ago; we were looking for the right subject (meaning person) but had no luck. So we regrouped and changed our strategy and that’s when, through sheer happenstance, we discovered Augustus on YouTube.
We will continue to keep you abrest of our production at our blog.
There's more at the Official Augustus Gladstone website.
October 28, 2010
I love the HD camera on the iPhone 4. It may not be the best camera in the world, but it's always with me, no matter where I'm at. I've recently begun a blog -- Robyn's Posterous -- mostly devouted to the stuff I photograph with this camera.
April 23, 2010
Antler Pileclick photo to enlarge
Antler pile, from the National Bison Range Wildlife Refuge.
Previous antler pile post: Curse of the Antler Arch
March 06, 2010
As a kid, I always thought race cars were so incredibly cool looking. Fast, sleek, colorful... like toys. Somewhere along the long, race cars changed; the cars themselves seemed to disappear beneath a barrage of advertisements. This short video explains it all so well...
Go Faster by Sven Voelker
via: grain edit
February 20, 2010
Blues ≠ Monkeyjunk
What else is to be said?
The first video I posted of blues artist Son House was mysteriously removed at its source. Here's an excellent replacement... Death Letter Blues!
February 17, 2010
I love these matte paintings by John P. Fulton, from the 1931 production of Dracula. (For scale, look for the tiny carriage in each.)
January 22, 2010
Acrylic on product package
January 20, 2010
Real Fake Worlds
About two weeks ago, Josiah, a friend, sent me the the link to this short film. I started watching and couldn't stop until it was over. Not just because it's so beautifully composed and edited, but also because every object in the film was modeled using 3dsmax and rendered using Vray by only one person... Alex Roman.
If you watch even a portion of it, it's worth link to vimeo to see it full screen so you won't miss a detail.
November 11, 2009
Don't Forget to Write
I just finished this.
This painting was done in Adobe Illustrator, an application I first started using in 1988 (over 20 years ago... ack!).
Click the image to enlarge (in flickr), or click here to link to my gallery.
September 12, 2009
I did this yesterday for absolutely no reason. No title.
Here's my original sketch...