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    EEK & LEEK Test 2 (comedy Animation/film) 02:41

    EEK & LEEK Test 2 (comedy Animation/film)

    by granamedia (7/4/10) 207 views

    Second test sequence of two badly animated characters, EEK & LEEK. This test has them going to the welfare office. Rated about PG-13 to R because of language (if you understand Spanish). This and my other works barely qualify as animation, but my interests have always been more on the audio (Foley) side of things anyway. Infusing vintage public domain footage (some by real animators) hopefully helps to alleviate the eyesore of my simple animation techniques. I also hope to help bring awareness and support for the many valuable resources out there on the Internet. The following web sites and programs deserve your interest and support. The Internet Archive www.archive.org The greatest public archive housed on the Internet with thousands of audio recordings, images and film footage ranging from vintage to modern works. Remember those old films they showed in school? You can watch them here again. Movie drive-in ads, VJ loops, animations and a whole lot more. Some resources are public domain, and some are variably licensed. Wikimedia Commons www.commons.wikimedia.org Also housing a huge amount of images and audio recordings. Great resource for images both public domain and licensed. The Library of Congress http://catalog.loc.gov/ If you don't mind vintage B&W resources, this is a great site. Spend hours here looking at downloadable historical images, documents, and film footage. Audio recordings are also available. Most of what's here is public domain. Audacity http://sourceforge.net/projects/audacity I could spend lots of money for multi-track audio recording software but Audacity does the trick, and best of all its free! Many of the bells and whistles most programs have, and good enough to make demos with. MonkeyJam http://www.giantscreamingrobotmonkeys.com/monkeyjam/ If you just need to compile and convert still-frame images into AVI video animation files, this free small program will do the job.

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    EEK & LEEK Test (comedy Animation/film) 04:07

    EEK & LEEK Test (comedy Animation/film)

    by granamedia (6/11/10) 79 views

    Test sequence of two badly animated characters, EEK & LEEK. This test has them at home watching TV. Note: This and my other works barely qualify as animation, but my interests have always been more on the audio (Foley) side of things anyway. Infusing vintage public domain footage (some by real animators) hopefully helps to alleviate the eyesore of my animation techniques. Credits: I also hope to help bring awareness and support for the many valuable resources out there on the Internet. The Internet was once called the "Information Highway", and in some respects it still reflects that designation if you search for it. The following deserve your interest and support. The Internet Archive www.archive.org The greatest public archive housed on the Internet with thousands of audio recordings, images and film footage ranging from vintage to modern works. Remember those old films they showed in school? You can watch them here again. Movie drive-in ads, VJ loops, animations and a whole lot more. Some resources are public domain, and some are variably licensed. Wikimedia Commons www.commons.wikimedia.org Also housing a huge amount of images and audio recordings. Great resource for images both public domain and licensed. The Library of Congress http://catalog.loc.gov/ If you don't mind vintage B&W resources, this is a great site. Spend hours here looking at downloadable historical images, documents, and film footage. Audio recordings are also available. Most of what's here is public domain. Audacity http://sourceforge.net/projects/audacity I could spend lots of money for multi-track audio recording software but Audacity does the trick, and best of all its free! Many of the bells and whistles most programs have, and good enough to make demos with. MonkeyJam http://www.giantscreamingrobotmonkeys.com/monkeyjam/ If you just need to compile and convert still-frame images into AVI video animation files, this free small program will do the job. Support these and other valuable web sites.

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    Obama's Stimulus Plan (Where Our Tax Money Went) 02:47

    Obama's Stimulus Plan (Where Our Tax Money Went)

    by granamedia (6/10/09) 247 views

    It is the worst economic crisis since the Great Depression. That's what we were told anyway. So extreme measures must be taken, and it's up to the president to get us out of this mess. How? Watch and see. Created and edited by GRANAMEDIA A/Video Productions, www.whatnots.cc

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    Politically Correct Interrogation 01:42

    Politically Correct Interrogation

    by granamedia (5/24/09) 61 views

    New methods of interrogation are under way in these politically correct times. Learn new ways to interrogate with President Obama, Vice President Biden and Speaker of the House Pelosi. Please forgive my first attemt at a simple animation. Produced by GRANAMEDIA A/Video Productions, www.whatnots.cc

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    Auntie Juice & Her Goose #2 -animation Nursery (Ray Harryhausen) 04:26

    Auntie Juice & Her Goose #2 -animation Nursery (Ray Harryhausen)

    by granamedia (3/21/09) 273 views

    Auntie Juice and her Goose is back with two more Phoney Phables nursery rhymes with a twist. Rated PG-13. First up is Jayney P Curtis (Little Miss Muffett) followed by The Queen of Treats (Queen of Hearts). Stop frame animation by the great Ray Harryhausen. Written and produced by GRANAMEDIA A/Video Productions thanks to the Internet Archive, Prelinger Collection for the Public Domain footage. by Radio Direct

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    If Jesus Lived in the 1950's 06:20

    If Jesus Lived in the 1950's

    by granamedia (2/5/09) 237 views

    How would Jesus be treated in the 1950's? This isn't really a comedy, just looking at it from a modern perspective, of the 1950's anyway. I am not a religious person, although I used to be in my childhood. The video neither opposes or defends Christianity. Nor does it portray Jesus in any disrespectful context, and is true to the actual events. At least the way Christians see it anyway. Jesus' words are taken from a modern bible (only one around), but the interpretation is about the same. For those offended by such interpretations, you shouldn't be. As most religious people say, "God moves in mysterious ways." I suppose Jesus does too, but that's a whole other thing. Most footage is courtesy of the Internet Archive (www.archive.org). Music by Radio Direct and New Dog Digital. Produced by GRANAMEDIA videos (www.whatnots.cc).

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