Wednesday, February 28, 2007

TAS 3 Finale

I had an awesome time with my friends from school and Al in the Squidworks group. Sadly, Don and Rob couldn't make it out, but it was fabulous anyway.

Rob was glorious enough to post my report on the TAS journal. I drew three comics detailing the flyer process. See the pics I took as well.

I'll post the comics on comicspace later this week.

Cheers!! :D

Sunday, February 18, 2007

Flyer Special Year 3!!!

Extreme!!, originally uploaded by Sheau-Sheau.

I have been flyering around Auraria Campus and Denver for the past week. I had a huge help from my friend Dan. But the battle lives on! Everyday flyers get pasted over each other. A religious group already took over some of the bulletins.

I stapled a poster with an envelope full of flyers.

Too much !!!

I still have soo much left lol.

I'm going to do one more round this week and use some chalk. I have 452 seats I want to fill and so far I only know about 20 people for sure that will go.

Go see TAS3 if it comes through your are!

More photos here:

Happy Golden Fire Pig Year

Due to zen calculations and this particular year, we get a super lucky combination that only happens every 600 years.

Maybe I should buy some lotto.

So here's to the lucky pig year ^^

Monday, February 12, 2007

Hair High

I finally saw the movie "Hair High" by Bill Plympton at the Starz Film Center. The exaggerations and caricatures in the movies are spot on. All I can say is Go Fighting Cocks!

I did some flyering last weekend for the Animation Show Year 3. I'll post those up ASAP.

Saturday, February 10, 2007

Kuroko Technique

I know most have you have seen this technique where people dress in black and puppet the scene with people, but it is just too cool.

Extreme Ping Pong

Scissor Sisters "She's My Man"

Saturday, February 03, 2007


I finally uploaded all 52 of my "Breakfast at Tivoli" comics. I've been doing this comic since October 2004 0.o

Currently I'm having a little problem with the newspaper, but I'll keep doing whether or not they publish it.

Check it out in all of its glory: