Big congratz, it's a wonderful short! I felt like I was watching saturday morning cartoons again. I love the artistic direction that you went with this film and cant wait to see what you work on next!Cheers!Desiree
I just wacthed Yellow cake now and I got a little bit freaked! It was good!
Can you tell anything about your new project?
The film is wonderful - congratulations!
Hi Mr.C! First, I just want to say a huge thanks for stopping by my crappy blog - I was actually really honoured when I realised who it was as I had just seen Yellow Cake a few days before and loved it.I work in Flash and have a love/hate relationship with it and Yellow Cake will be used from here on out by the 'love' part of myself as an example of just what people can do with it.One thing I'm amazed at, from your interview, is the drive you had to finish it. Three years in the making but that break in 2008 would have been the end of it for me and probably so many others. Most of all, I love the content. I love the idea and, especially, the ending. Fantastic work. Just wanted to pop in to say that.
Nick: Congratulations! That's a beautiful, beautiful film! Congratulations too for all the reasons you have to celebrate now. I'm really happy for you!
Congratulations Nick... I am sure this is just the tip of the iceberg.See you soon in the Capitol!
Hi NickI sent you an email, but am not sure you are still using that email address.(You don't have to post this)
Congratulations. Your film blew me away. The style, so enjoyable to watch in itself, conveying such searing political content -- devastating. Then, as an animator to learn that you'd done it in Flash. My god, I knew bar was being set higher, but this is ridiculous.
Nick, I must admit the first time I saw your film I liked it but found it heavy handed. Now after multiple viewings I don't think that at all! It's one of the most potent allegories of all time! The last scenes are like the last scenes in Goodfellas in implicating the viewer. Incredible writing, artwork, and concept. You're a one man cartoon studio.I just have one question: since it takes you so long to create this all by yourself, do you think it'd be better if you had a small crew to execute your vision, made up of artists you trust, of course? Or is there other advantages of being solo?
Hi Nick,First off I wanted to say I realllly enjoyed Yellow Cake!You did an amazing job! The whole time I watched it I could feel my inspiration growing, where by the time it was over I was itching to get working on my current Short in the works. And for that inspiration I have to thank you! Your blog is always there for me when I need that extra hit of ambition!I did have one question which I believe was slightly asked in one of your last posts regarding Royalty Free Music. I'm currently scouring the internet for Royalty Free music sites that offer more then just songs/music that fits elevators and starbucks. I love the music you found for Yellow Cake and Waif.Do you have any recommendations or tips of good websites for purchasing music? Any advice would be greatly appreciatedThanks a lot Nick and again Congrats on an amazing film!!Calecaleatkinson@gmail.com
Hi CaleThanks! These are the best sites for royalty free music.sound-ideas.comtvmusic.com
Hi NickI told you before and say it again. CONGRATS!Hey, the link for the interview on Slow Decade is not working, please check it so we can enjoy reading it :)Hasta Luego :)
Hey, I've found the problem, the correct link is:http://www.slowdecade.com/reporting/2009/10/6/art-brute-no-2-yellow-cake.html:)
Great interview, Nick! Congratulations again! PS - the link is broke, they might have moved the page on you.
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