Archive for November, 2009
Hello, my name is Ethan Newberry. I am an unemployed Art Director, Graphic Designer, and Motion Graphics Designer. I am available for immediate employment. If you, or anyone you know, is looking for just such a person, please put them in touch with me. No job is too big or too small.
PS – You’re pretty neato.
In all of history, there have been hugely publicized wars, disagreements, and epic battles. This may be one of the most epic Historic Battles to be forgotten. Enjoy. The video features both myself and Lindsay Harbert my cohost from The Real Cool Club.
This video aired LIVE on The Real Cool Club, Monday November 14th, 2009. You can watch more episodes at http://www.TheRealCoolClub.com And of course The Real Cool Club airs every Monday at 8pm pst ONLY on http://www.TheStream.tv
Here it is. You asked for it, and you shall receiveth. We celebrate the feasted holiday with a power hour, costumes, and comedy. We travel the world in search of Jimmy Callahan, we listen to tweets pilgrims wrote from the Mayflower, we meet Parker’s mommy and have some inappropriate fun with napkin folding, and we see the real battle between pilgrims and indians. A hilarious episode brought to you by booze.
We did it. We accepted your challenge of doing the entire episode as an 80s spoof. It was amazing. The show featured a special intro, news from the 80s, re-dubbed 80s commercials, future predictions foretold by Chunkstradamus, and spoofs on our favorite 80s shows Perfect Strangers, MacGyver, The Golden Girls, Cheers, and Alf. It’s worth the click, so click it.
Also, below is a dubgasm I did from our previous show with Scott Moore from G4tv. I schooled Coin-Op TV’s Rob Welkner. Enyoy.
So I have been in the market for a good quality video camera for a number of years now but cannot afford even glancing at pictures of them. I’ve seen the market ebb and flow with new trends, gizmos, capturing technologies, codecs, formats, blah blah. About a year ago, I read about RED cameras releasing a new system of hardware that would allow users to vary their set-ups based off of budget, functionality, resolution, and project type. The new camera was called SCARLET – a small 3K sensor with a vast arsenal of add-ons. I have been jonesing for a SCARLET since the first production stills and internet rumors were released. But there might be a new player joining the game to win my digital affections: The Canon 7D.