The Charlie videos on YouTube…

Posted by Jason Steele | Tuesday 30 June 2009 11:46 pm

The Charlie the Unicorn episodes on YouTube aren’t loading for some reason. I have no idea why, but I’ve contacted YouTube about it and they’re looking into it. Thanks everyone who e-mailed me about this, hopefully they’ll be back up soon.

Edit: They’re back up!

Gods of Olympus

Posted by Jason Steele | Wednesday 17 June 2009 7:01 pm

A LEGEND BEGINS.

QuickTime:
http://www.filmcow.com/godsofolympus.html

Flash Video:
http://www.filmcow.com/flash-godsofolympus.html

YouTube:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EfSwEaeOsJE

Your weekly update…

Posted by Jason Steele | Sunday 14 June 2009 7:50 pm

Hey everyone, sorry again about the delay with Gods of Olympus. My right hand has been giving me problems this past week and it’s severely limited the amount of work I’ve been able to get done each day. I’m seeing a doctor about it tomorrow, hopefully he won’t make me take my pants off like he did last time.

Good news though – the FilmCow DVD is coming along great, in fact we filmed some stuff for it on Friday and I really think this is going to be a cool disk when it’s finished. Well worth the seven hundred dollars we’re going to charge for it.

Oh, and how about those protests in Iran? It sort of makes me wish there was something I was passionate enough about to set a motorcycle on fire for. Then again I’ve never really needed an excuse to set things on fire.

iranprotest

Gods of Olympus update…

Posted by Jason Steele | Monday 8 June 2009 9:31 pm

Sorry about the delay on this one, I was attacked by volcano people and that took up a lot of my time during the past week.

I’m actually in the middle of animating it AT THIS VERY MOMENT, so it’ll be done either tomorrow (Tuesday) or Friday, seeing as I’m expecting the volcano people back for a second round on Wednesday and Thursday.

The cartoon is turning out great, I can’t wait to release it. The whole thing is only about two and a half minutes long, so it’s short, but if you play it more than once it becomes much longer.