Category: webstuff

Bound in Visuals: New horror web series shows more with less

Bound in Visuals: New horror web series shows more with less

If you’re looking for inspiration on how to say more with less, look no further than the old silent-era of filmmaking.  Think about how — through imagery only! – Metropolis conveyed such wonder and dread.  Lillian Gish, Buster Keaton, Charlie Chaplin, and others grabbed the audience’s attention as their stories unfolded on the silver screen.  Now, of course the advent...

Epilogue Receives Two IAWTV Nominations

Epilogue Receives Two IAWTV Nominations

Short, but very sweet: EPILOGUE – the science fiction web series created and produced with Missouri State University this past year has been nominated for two International Academy of Web Television Awards!  Congratulations to our Makeup FX Designer, Nathan Shelton, and our Composer, Tyler Durham, for an extraordinary job well done.   The competition was fierce with 473 web series...

Coming up for air!

Coming up for air!

Why work on 1 project when you can work on 2 or 3 or… Just a few days away from delivering THE DRIFT to the publishers.  It’s been a nutty 8 months, filled with things both wondrous and heartbreaking.  You’re curious?  Another time, perhaps.  Once the book is out the door, the semester started, and in other words, sometime next...

New Feature – Dis ‘n Dat

New Feature – Dis ‘n Dat

I still have two days of my Antarctica Journal to put up and yes, you’ll get to see those this week, but in the meantime, I’ve decided to do a weekly round of internet doings that either relate directly or indirectly to my own blatherings on this blog. Around the Web: On the subject of Antarctica, Retronaut has put up...