Me in my office working on a new project, more details will me announced in the future.
I am proud to announce that The Ghost of Ed won best animation at the Toronto Independent Film Festival. Thank you to everyone that came out to see it, and to everyone who enjoyed watching my twisted story of a child and his encounter with a ghost. I will make more creepy tales in the future and I hope people will enjoy them just as just must.
Seven O’clock Film’s animated short The Ghost Of Ed, has been accepted into the Toronto Independent Film Festival! And will be playing at The Carlton Cinema, Toronto on sept the 8th at 6:00pm. This is the first film festival The Ghost of Ed has been entered into. I am very excited to see this short on the big screen, and I hope people will enjoy my weird imagination and scary views on life.
Felt like making a cartoon this morning. Inspired by the majority of the people around my apartment.https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=515876461805956&set=vb.100001508218917&type=2&theater
I have a new project in the works. I wont say much about it at this point other than it is a new cartoon, and it will be a series. I will post a Poster in later weeks when I am closer to finishing it.
This cartoon is based off a true story from my childhood. A man did die across the street, and I did have to do chores over there for my moms art classes. I always thought he was up there, and it was usually tough for me to go over by myself because of how scared I was, as any 7 year old would be. The setting of this cartoon is true to the layout of the building, and it was very nostalgic to think back to my childhood and try to remember how it was, and how I felt. I had a lot of fun with the animated short, and i hope to make many more in the future.