It continues. Here are some stills from the credit sequence. I'm playing with some live action footage, which I may or may not keep in. Maybe it's better if I don't explain what's going on.
The hardest part of this entire project was definitely growing that mustache. It took dedication and a full 22 years of my life. Anyhow, my hope is that this sequence will be funny whether you know me or not. If not funny, at least weird.
I also wanted to plug NYU's First Run Film Festival. "Shark Suit: the Musical" will be screening at Cantor Film Center on 8th Street & 5th avenue on Friday, April 11th at 9pm. It's in a block of cool animated and experimental screenings:
STEPHEN NEARY SHARK SUIT: THE MUSICAL (6 MIN)
CHRISTEN SMITH SALLY TAKES THE LEAD (3 MIN)
JOSH INTRATOR PILOT (2.5 MIN)
GUENEVER GOIK DREAM PUP IN AISLE 4 (1.5 MIN)
DAVID PAGANO LITTLE GUYS! (3 MIN)
JOSE ANDRES CARDONA A PICKLE LIKE YOU MUSIC VIDEO (5.5 MIN)
BENJAMIN NICHOLAS COUPLES (18.5 MIN)
MAX NOVA THE BYSTANDER EFFECT (8 MIN)
BEN BINDRA VERSES (30 MIN)
And as always, here's the Shark Suit trailer:
I'm also excited to see some live-action stuff my friends have been working on. Here's the trailer for Liz Toonkel's "Fashion Kills!" I did some animation for a few scenes and the titles.
I wholeheartedly support anything shot on super 8. It'll be screening at 3:45 on Thursday, April 10th.
Seems like everyone is working hard on a film these days. Here's my pal Harry, unrolling 30 feet of watercolor paper for his current project: