Figging on the front line.


Hello fellow war veterans
I've had an interesting week this week. I've been doing some animated graphics for a Corporate Video, shot in lovely High Def by Shaun `touch me there - I really like it' Flaherty, of the Sunrise Silver Mine in Idaho USA.

I also bought his mobile phone/pda off him so those in the know can now get in contact with me while I'm out hanging around school yards and public toilets.
(damn, was I thinking out loud again?)

And then there's this lil fella. It's an illustration for a Mortgage Brokers
magazine ad. I think the copy goes something like `Hey Ma! I can see you're place from up here! Git orff the dang roof!'
...or maybe not.

It's Anzac Day here in Australia tomorrow...How come we haven't made a good haunted soldier movie yet? Something where the dead Aussie soldiers rise up at Gallipoli in Turkey or at the Somme in France and don't go looking for brains to eat but a pub or a `knock shop' instead. I'd pay money to see that movie. Shit, it'd have to be better than most movies made in Australia lately. (not counting Kenny.)

Just my thought for today. Tomorrows thoughts will be about sea sponges and how they make a great improvised casserole.