Following up that news reporter is this clip I found. A different kind of funny surprise for the viewers! I can't understand what she's saying, but it seems like she rolls with it pretty well.... unlike that reporter.
Sunday, May 17, 2009
I think someone mentioned this feat in class the other week. This is a truly amazing video to watch, its really visually stunning and amazing to see someone paddle over Palouse falls. For those who don't know, Palouse falls is only about an hour away from Walla Walla. Enjoy.
Friday, May 15, 2009
Tuesday, May 12, 2009
someone brought this up to me tonight. I don't really remember the TV program, but it made me think about the animation video Liz posted. it's a different way to think about animation and green screening. putting yourself in an imaginary world. might be helpful sparking ideas!
and hey, yellow frog suits are cool too!
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Sunday, May 10, 2009
Saturday, May 9, 2009
Here are two incredible art genre-bending resources which allow the everyman to experiment with YouTube remixes:
Wednesday, May 6, 2009
So, this is the inspiration for my video, and i heard around class the other day that some of you guys are also doing animated pieces in your videos. I hope this helps spark some sweet ideas, or just makes you smile. I love this video. Especially the guy who puts an apple on his head and smashes it...so great.
Tuesday, May 5, 2009
I remember Ben showing my 180 class a video of a long distance ski jumper (whatever that event is called) fall and tumble down the hill as an example of engrossing spectacle. I just found this video which has some utterly MIND BLOWING examples of how such events have been narrowly avoided. As unlikely as each of the video clips here is, I find it wonderful to know that some lives have been spared in such unlikely ways.