Well, I'm behind on posting this, but hopefully you know by now that I released the stop-motion animation, "Trash" on Newgrounds.com last week. At first no one seemed to take notice and it suffered a low score and didn't win a single daily award. Luckily a few days later it was featured on the front page and then everyone seemed to love it! It ended up getting weekly 5th place and the "review crew pick" which means it was the highest reviewed movie of the week! Anyway, the movie was actually made in 1999 by André (aka "gel") and I BEFORE we made "Spin". It doesn't really have much of a story but it was an interesting exercise in utilizing the "peoplemation" technique. I decided we should show it to people after all these years so a few weeks ago I composed some new music for it and put it up.

I finally redesigned the page for purchasing one of my albums. Check it out and buy an album while you're there!

Oh yeah, and I don't want to jinx myself, but I think I'm FINALLY done with the "ultra-secret-biopharmaceutical animation"! That was one gnarly project. Too bad no one will really get to see it except the employees of said company.


Big news! (This) Cookie Dough Records website was featured on a show called "Click" on the BBC news 24! You can watch the video segment here: BBC video. (It's at the very end.) The same story is written here: BBC article. A HUGE thank you to Joe Williams who was the first to inform me of this and to send me the links!

On Friday I released an old "peoplemation" that André (aka "gel") and I made a while back. Watch it on Newgrounds.com. It's short and sort of pointless but I figured since everyone seemed to enjoy the coin animation so much (which was also short and pointless) they might like this. Unfortunately it's not getting as great of reviews, but that's ok. Next Friday I will be releasing a full-length "peoplemation" that we actually made BEFORE Spin, and I've given it an all new musical score! So be sure to check back next week!


I released "Play More" on Newgrounds.com on Friday and it did very well! It got Daily Feature (which means it was the highest scoring movie of the day) and second place for the week! That means it has a pretty good shot of winning one of the monthly awards, I'll keep my fingers crossed. (Yesterday the movie ranked as the #2 highest scoring movie of all time!) Nothing is set in stone, but André (aka "gel") and I have been discussing the possibility of creating an interactive Play game along the lines of the old Simon toys.