Duke Nukem the movie proceeds, though i'm doubling back on myself as I had recently started probing 3D animation, i'm finding that although I can use some 3D elements quick well (objects), for me 3D characters is just a pipe dream. I can design them, but the part of actually animating them and creating the proper facial animation is currently beyond my technical know-how. Even with that said though I honestly think I need a team to be able to do what I want. So, 3D will have to wait for when Open Maw is in Top Gear.
In Trek news. I've been busy with a new idea. (See recently uploaded images.)
For now i'm sticking with the hybred design, with 3D/2D. I've made many improvements in that regard(learned some new tricks)
Been watching lots of science stuff lately, especially Neil deGrasse Tyson. Who is freaking awesome. Check him out if you've never listened to him. He puts a lot of humour and humanity into his speeches and interviews.
My ferret, Vincent, continues to make me laugh my ass off. He's a hilarious little bugger.
Listening to: Susan Ashton - Faith of the Heart
Watching: Anim8or Render
Playing: Star Trek Online
Eating: Too much
Drinking: DOC-TOR PEP-ARH! (EXTERMINATE!)