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I’m a part-time VFX freelancer. My full-time job is in the IT industry, so I’m not affected like those whose livelihood is in the CG industry. But I was shocked to hear of their plight, and I hope they prevail. After all, without the VFX Industry, your movie would look like this











For details on what’s going on, read this article:

A Piece of the Pi ~ Thinking Animation Blog.



Baltimore Filmmakers posted a nice article about my friend, the late Don Dohler. Here’s the link: Don Dohler: Uncontained Imagination « Baltimore Filmmakers.

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What a mess. Stay tuned while I get this site back to normal. Argh!

Maximum PC has an article about what happened.


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Last year, Rob Long from the Smash or Trash  Indie Filmmaking Web site, shot 5 interviews with actors, producers, and filmmakers (including me) in the Maryland area. After some delays, the segments are finally posted for viewing. I think they turned out really well. Check them out below, or go to Rob’s post.

Smash or Trash TV Episode 1: Interview with Lee Doll

Smash or Trash TV: Episode 2- Louanna Lee & Victoria Lynn

Smash or Trash TV: Episode 3- Mitch Klein Interview

Smash or Trash TV: Episode 4 – Leanna Chamish and George Stover Interview

Smash or Trash TV Episode 5: Brian St. August and Alfred Guy Interview

Note: click on the above link to access episode 5. I couldn’t embed that one since it’s on Facebook.

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  • [No] Headhunting–placing every subject in the center of your frame.
  • [No] Backlighting–too much light falling on the background instead of on the subject.
  • Use manual focus if your camcorder has it. [You really need a camcorder with manual focus, unless you're shooting a home movie.]
  • Set white balance at every location. [Even if you're using presets.]
  • Shoot to edit.
  • Use an external microphone if you have one. [Period!]

Here’s the link to the article.


Blender foundation

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Now that Blender 2.57 has been released – a stable/production-worthy version completely re-written from the ground up — more people are considering it for their projects.

I have been tinkering with it for years, and am now using it for Crawler,  so I had planned to write an article about how I learned this amazing (and free) piece of software, but it looks like Blender Cookie beat me to it. They just posted the Blender Community Starters Guide, a comprehensive guide to the who, what, where, when, and why of learning Blender. Of course I recommend Blender Cookie itself as a good starting place for training. They have free streaming video tutorials covering most topics you need to get started, and plenty more for advanced users. They also have exclusive content for a modest fee. If after visiting their site, as well as the others on the list, you still don’t know what Blender’s all about, maybe you should consider another line of work (or hobby).  ;)

Blender 2.5 Screenshot

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Don's favorite of his earlier films

I updated the Projects from the Cellar gallery to include some print work, a few DVD covers, posters, etc. Mostly for re-releases of Don Dohler and Timewarp films.

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Blender's user interface has been upgraded for...

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The Blender Foundation just released the first stable release in about 2 years. 2.57 is a complete re-design from the ground up, and addresses many of the issues that have kept mainstream CG artists away. There’s a whole new interface (the largest complaint in the past was how confusing and non-friendly the interface was), and nearly every feature has been greatly improved. There’s also additional features like volumetric rendering, approximate indirect lighting, and many others. There are still a few things missing from this version (like BMesh), but Ton Roosendaal stated that they’re going to try to release new versions every couple of months for the rest of the year. Good times!

The link to the latest version is here.

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On location shooting Man's Best Friend

On location shooting Man’s Best Friend


We just updated our Facebook page for Sealed Fates with a bunch of production photos–everything from auditions through shooting the three stories. I do wish more of the actors were represented, but at least we have some shots of all the leads. Take a look, and don’t forget to “like” the page.  ;)



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Crawler Poster Darla Albornoz, Justin Timpane, Mike Keegan, Daniel Ross, George Stover, Joe Ripple, Mitch Klein, Don Dohler

Rob Long at Smash or Trash Indie Filmmaking published a detailed article that documents the long journey that we at Timewarp Films have traveled in our quest to complete Don Dohler‘s last film. It’s been a tough road, but the end is in sight.

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