The film focuses on making choices in life, portraying a Scarecrow forced to either accept or reject his roots in being a fearful, wretched creature. It was written, directed, and stars myself. Narration was performed by Olivia Otts, and camera operation was executed by Robert Thompson.
In other news: I have chosen to move away from calling my channel “Golden King Media” to simply “Tyler Thompson”. I have made this change for a few reasons, mainly simplicity. My channel can be found at vimeo.com/hellotyler now, and I will attempt to update all the links on my site.
Also: I have created a film and photography Instagram channel, at @hellotylerfilms. Give it a follow for the first look at my latest work!
The premise of the show is about an annoying orange named “Orange”. Obviously, he loves to annoy everyone and then laughs whenever they get mad. Most of the characters are fruit. Some are toys or other objects. There are a few humans in the show. In the YouTube episodes, the setting is a kitchen. However, in the Cartoon Network show, the setting is a grocery store.
The animation style is a picture of a real piece of fruit with video of a person’s eyes and mouth overlaying the picture. It is pretty simple, but the show is funny because Orange is always coming up with jokes to annoy whoever he is talking to.
To show you how funny the show is, here is my favorite episode from the YouTube series:
This is an episode where Orange and his friend interrupt Cobb’s phone conversations by yelling “Wazzup!” over and over.
Today I’ve published my first videocast to the iTunes store. I won’t usually create videocasts, but I had many subjects to talk about, so I decided to record one today. Sorry about the noise in the background. I recorded in my dad’s office and the air conditioner was really loud.
I discussed five topics in this episode:
Sly Cooper’s Tenth Anniversary
Sly Cooper Thieves In Time Update
Ham On The Run App
The Archie Mega Man Comic
Recent Updates To My Blog
By the way, I noticed that the video player plugin I am using doesn’t work in Chrome. It works in Firefox though.
Also, I would like to say “Happy Birthday” to Sly Cooper. This isn’t just any old birthday though. It’s his tenth! Today marks the tenth anniversary of the release of Sly Cooper and the Thievius Raccoonus. Here is a picture I made, which is also included in the videocast.
I was very excited when I found out that Sly Cooper Thieves In Time will be playable on the PS Vita. Not only is it playable on the PS Vita, but you can start the game on the PS Vita and continue on the PS3, or vice versa! Also, you only have to buy the game for one of the systems to be able to play on both. I don’t have a Vita but I hope to get one someday. Here is the trailer:
We recorded another podcast! This one is about LittleBigPlanet, which is tied with Sly Cooper for my favorite video game series. I just wanted to say that LittleBigPlanet is so cool and Media Molecule (The game creator) is a company full of geniuses! I can’t wait to play the upcoming LBP games. Here is the trailer for the LittleBigPlanet Karting game. Listen to the podcast to find out more about them. You can download it here or subscribe through iTunes.
Here is a cool stop motion video of books moving around after the store is closed. I’ve done some stop motion animations before and I bet this took a long time to make! The video was made by Type Books, a Toronto bookstore. Their website looks awesome too!
I am also making a stop motion video for a school project myself. Stay tuned for that!