My friend, Gilbert Tuhabonye, stopped in Dripping Springs yesterday to recount the story of his life. The turnout for his talk was incredible. Gilbert is a hero in a world that has less and less true heroes. (Pictured: Press conference after the event, photos: Ed Vaughan).
The chord? F#m (sus 4).
I’ve always admired the placement and amplitude of the lighting in this video and the projections onto the helmet are undeniable Kubrick grabs. But Hey! They’re British.This was modeled after Houdini’s Last Trick. Very 2001: A Space Odyssey. They undercranked the camera speed to allow a minute and a half to elapse while submerged.
I watched the film ‘Tree of Life’ today and it reminded me of this film within a film from ‘What Just Happened.’ ‘Tree of Life’ was like watching the Discovery Channel for forty minutes. You can do that at home. And add your own dialogue. I was told a couple of years ago by friendsContinue reading “Tree of Life. 23 Jul 2010.”
I’ve seen this covey of quail once before near the house. I’ve seen maybe two covey’s in 12 years. Very rare.
TTIF Storyboard 6-28-11 from Ed Vaughan on Vimeo. This is the completed storyboard based on the sure-to-be-changing screenplay TTIF. I drew the illustrations over the last four weekends and am pretty sure that I don’t want to see a digital tablet for a long while. That said: I just added an opening scene to replaceContinue reading “Storyboard. 15 Jul 2011.”
chasing KEINO. from Ed Vaughan on Vimeo. Follow six distance runners from Nairobi, Kenya as they prepare for the US marathon season by training in Santa Fe, NM. The altitude and climate are similar to the runners native homeland. They work in teams, helping runners with weaker skill sets so that they can race moreContinue reading “chasing KEINO. 14 Jul 2011.”