File puptcrit/puptcrit.0606, message 242

Date: Wed, 14 Jun 2006 12:31:16 -0700 (PDT)
Subject: Re: [Puptcrit] WEB puppetry

I fall into that category, or will soon.

I'm currently in the Secret Lab stage of my first series of works I hope
to post out to the net later this year, I have thought about doing the
online journal thing (Blog just doesn't sound right to me ;-) )
documenting my trials, tribulations, and hopefully progress- anyone
interested in reading that?

Things I've learned so far:

To paraphrase the great Phil Tippet (animatronic and F/X designer since
the original Star Wars era): "The great thing about computers is that
anything you imagine can now be put on the screen.  The terrible thing is
that anything you imagine can now be put on the screen."

Animation World Network has had a lot of articles on this recently

I'd be happy to compare notes with anyone on this topic.

Eric L.

> Puppetry historically pretty much matches the technology of all story
> telling methods.
> My sense is that many members of PUPTCRIT still work in live, in person
> presentation.
> But it is apparent that many also work in film/video and have also
> branched into animatronics and computer aided puppetry.
> My question involves delivery/distribution.
> Some film/video/animation makers have begun to create works that are
> specifically meant to be seen on the internet.
> Are any of you involved in puppetworks that are meant to primarily be
> seen on a web site?
> An aside:
> Just saw a TV news feature on the recent WEBBIES, the Oscar/Tony like
> awards show for "Web design, creativity, usability and functionality."
> The really amusing part was that the acceptance speeches are strictly
> limited to
> 5 words.
> What A Really Good IDEA!
> mjm
> "Do not impose on others what you yourself do not desire." =96 Confucius
> "I hear and I forget.
> I see and I remember.
> I do and I understand."
> Confucius
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