Jeanne Kelly

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animatic or fast flow presentation? hmmm …

In Wow on August 9, 2009 at 9:57 am

either way, I love them 🙂

Awesome speech!

In Wow on August 9, 2009 at 9:34 am

One of the best speeches I have seen in Forever!

( brought a tear to my eye 🙂

John Hodgman at Radio & TV Correspondents’ Dinner

Sure, why not …

In Wow on August 9, 2009 at 9:24 am

sure

Arrays @ work …

In Wow on August 9, 2009 at 9:15 am
It's a large array.  There *will* be more!

It's a large array. There *will* be more!

SIGGRAPH

In Wow on August 9, 2009 at 9:11 am

I’ve wanted to go for years … now I wanna enter!

SIGGRAPH ANIMATION TRAILER

Game Design Rules

In Wow on August 5, 2009 at 7:23 pm

Rules to: You’ve Been Jumped!

Each player begins with 5 coins.  Coins can be of any denomination and each player determines the coins they will use.
One  additional coin is designated as the “Jump Coin”
To determine the order of gameplay- players face off by flipping the Jump Coin.
Whoever flips a head goes first. If no heads are flipped, players continue to flip coins and face off until a winner is determined.
Winner starts game by flipping first, and the order continues counter-clockwise.

Players take turns flipping the “Jump Coin”
If the Jump Coin lands on heads, player deposits the coin in the bank (center), and designates an opposing player of their choice to be “jumped” on their next turn.  Players cannot be jumped more than once during a round.
If the coin lands on tails, the player must take a coin from an opposing player.

Object of the game is to get rid of all one’s coins. The remaining players keep the coins they are left with.
The first player to get rid of all of is or her coins is the winner and gets to collect all the coins from the bank.

Game Play

In Wow on August 5, 2009 at 11:25 am

LRC: Left, Right, Center

The game comes with three unique dice and several “chips”
Toss the chip and replace them with one-dollar bills.   Each player will need three one-dollar bills.
The number of players is limit only by the amount of one-dollar bills available.
The order of play is determined by friendly debate.  ☺

On  the sides of the each dice you will find an “L” an “R” and a “C” and an “0”.  These stand for “Left”, “Right”, and “Center” and Null.
On their initial turn, each Player rolls three dice.
For every die that lands on L – pass one bill to the person sitting to his or her left.
For every die that lands on R – pass one bill to the person sitting to his or her right.
For every dice that lands on C – place one bill in the center of the players, this is the “winners pot”.
For every dice that lands on 0 – keep one bill for yourself.

After the initial roll of the dice, the player then only rolls the same number of dice as bill they have remaining.  If you have:
one bill = you roll one die
two bills = you roll two dice
no bill = your turn is passed – but you are NOT out of the game.  You may receive a bill from the person to the left or right of you.
Play continues until there is only one person left with one-dollar bill.  They win and collect the “pot.”

Signs and Greenmen

In Wow on August 3, 2009 at 3:09 am

This poor guy probably use to look out onto a busy street.  They don’t make them like this anymore.  I’d love to record all the “green men” of the city before they’re gone.

IMG_2025

IMG_2028

IMG_2029

design projects so far …

In Wow on August 3, 2009 at 2:57 am

color palettes

Color Pallet (the two on the right are the one’s I’m going with)

MindMap1

MindMap

100logos

100 logos and two flying fish!

LOGO

Logo