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Monday, January 30, 2012
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Rats & Gassers were taken by Cameron Harris.
Sunday, January 22, 2012
This was monumental! We shot four rides ( two gassers and two rat rods) with four pin-up models, in the middle of winter and on the tail end of the biggest Northwest snow storm in recent memory. This was for a four season shop calendar in which we documented the whole process for my new film Rats & Gassers: Kustom Kulture Takes A Ride. The amazing Tina Tang, of Parris Blue Photograph, shot the gals and cars at GodSpeed Fabrication in Auburn, Washington. For us, this was an hour plus road trip. The roads were clogged with downed power lines and trees just a few blocks from the shop- and after being scolded by an Over-Caffeinated-Agro-Cop, we turned around and took an unmarked detour for the last few miles to GodSpeed. My wife and Cameron Harris came as film crew. A few night before we were going to cancel, because of the extreme weather. Things had thawed out just enough to make the trip to Auburn. The models were Kitty Mansfield, Aly Hellcat, Kissable Kandie and Stiletto Sweetheart. The cars were Big Tom & Carla McDonald's '56 T- Bird, Steve Mallory's '62 Oldsmobile Wagon, Robb Newby's International Rat Truck and Dave Leibold's Ford Rat Truck. Dave came through at the last minute when another car owner couldn't make it because he was still snowed in. These guys and gals drove in very iffy conditions to get to make this happen. I am humbled by everyones effort to pull this off!
I will add more pics and still later.
Friday, January 20, 2012
Evil Undead Girlfiend graphic novel and motion comic. Did this in Final Cut Pro 7 using several filters...
Thursday, January 19, 2012
Shot this today after me and the wife walked to Subway for lunch. Roads are caked with compacted snow and ice. Saw a guy blasting down our street on a snow mobile. Best way to get around North seattle right now. Seems the snow plows can't even come close to keeping up with the dumping of fluff. Unlike the East Coast (where I lived for years), Seattle doesn't get much snow and doesn't have the plows to get it off the streets in a realistically quick manner. They scrape and sand a little and then it ices up and then people get stuck on the massive hills or slide into ditches...ouch! OK I am really getting tired of the snow now. I have been able to get some editing on our Arts School Winter Performance Video. Other households around the Northwest are not so lucky. I heard 10,000 were without power this morning.