Tuesday, May 23, 2006

Let the games begin!

I couldnt resist the awesome lineup xbox 360 had at e3 and got me one today. So far my first impressions are all positive. Live marketplace rocks so much , it is so much fun downloading trailers , music vids and game demos all for free. The only downside to it right now is I have a regular tv. Compared to hdtv the games look like crap and its hard to read the on screen text. Took me an hour to finish the training mission on ghost recon thanks to that. :)

those of you on live add me up! My gamertag is: SheepFactory

Oh and if you havent done so already make sure to download the lost planet demo from the marketplace , it is amazing!


Monday, May 22, 2006

Robot Chicken - Star Wars

Friday, May 19, 2006

Kneeling Chair

I just got one of these weird looking kneeling chairs from office max and man..wish I did it much much sooner. You sit on top and put your knees on the lower pad and it removes tension from your lower back and eliminates slouching alltogether. If your back hurts give this one a try , the office max one was really cheap like $40.

Here is a site with some fancier models.

Friday, May 12, 2006

Lost Planet

I have been checking out whats new at e3 and this new game by capcom takes the cake for being the coolest looking game I have seen in a long while. This holiday season will be incredible for gamers with the release of so many good games and systems. Now is a good time to learn how to rob a bank :)

Click here to see more about Lost Planet.

Friday, May 05, 2006

Scribblin' Away

Just a heads up on this great book by Rik Maki.

"He has been a designer in the animation industry for over 27 years and has spent the last 18 years as a Character Designer for Walt Disney Feature Animation. Scribblin’ Away at Mike’s Café is his first of many books that are just filled with characters and situations that quickly flow from the imagination, to the pencil, to the paper from Rik Maki"

Click here to check the book out.

Wednesday, May 03, 2006

Psyop - Mtv

An amazing ad from Psyop.

Click here to watch.