December 29, 2004

Inside Lightwave 7 eBay auction

eBay auction for the book "Inside Lightwave 7", bought it when I was really into 3D animation. Hopefully one of you will give it a good home!

December 28, 2004

One more test

Still sucking....

Just testing

This new version of

Sky-high French bridge opened...


December 25, 2004

Happy December 25th!

And to all a good night!

December 23, 2004

Topic Magazine

Topic Magazine

Wizard Fan Awards

You can vote for your favorite writers, pencilers, etc here.

Do me a favor though....under "FAVORITE MINI-SERIES" click the radio button next to "Other" and write-in "Touch of Death"


December 21, 2004

Larry La Prise...dead

With all the sadness and trauma going on in the world at the moment, it is worth reflecting on the death of a very important person which almost went unnoticed last week.

Larry La Prise, the man who wrote "The Hokey Pokey", died peacefully at age 93. The most traumatic part for his family was getting him into the coffin. They put his left leg in, and then the trouble started.

Happy Chrismahanukwanzakah

Happy Chrismahanukwanzakah

(Link courtesy of Christine)

December 16, 2004

Charlie and the Chocolate Trailer online


Official website

(Links courtesy of BoingBoing)

December 14, 2004

Epiphany - Keenspace

Well I've moved Epiphany over to the fine folks at Keenspace, check it out and check out a discussion about it at their forums.

December 08, 2004

The Internet...

just creeps you out sometimes. First off, yes I haven't been blogging lately, it's due to a combination of things. 1) Halo 2 (damn you!) 2) Getting other crap done (Rose, Epiphany web stuff) 3) Work 4) Holiday's, all of these things I'm sure most of you are dealing with in some shape or form. Anyway, the reason I'm writing this is I'm currently (well not currently) watching my parents living room in "virtual tour" mode being transmitted via the interimweb. It's just a wacky thing to see, my parents house (which they are selling after 27 years of living there) all done up in fancy 360 degrees form. My parents officially put the house on the market about 3 days ago, something that made me happy and sad at the same time. Happy because the new place they are getting will rock, it's brand new, exactly what they want and will be near to us. Sad though because a whole lot of memories have happened in the old house, my entire life that house was the "Kirsten home", but after a couple of months it will be simply a "home". I raise a glass to the old house, hoping that the next lucky group to have it, share the same wonderful memories that she has given us.

For those of you who are interested in checking out (or heck buying!) the Kirsten homestead: