It is my honor to present to you, the inner workings of my mind for the last 2 to 3 years regarding the production of character animation. About this time last year, the darkest year of my life, I cooked up the #surreal and #insane story line called Neptune 9. of 3 washed out , antiquated, KGB agents, registered it at the Writer’s Guild and worked my ass off! It was my therapy and as I developed this weird acid trip, I used current events and incidents to keep the story #fresh and #intriguing. Those of you who like it must tell those who don’t that it is still in development and those who view are the market sample. I invite you to send me email at email@example.com. I’m almost done with #webisode 6! Stay tuned! Some of you have told me how angry Neptune 9 – Webisode 1 was. True enough. I needed some kind of gimmick and I seem to do it well…gimmicks, that is. 🙂 Enjoy!
CJ Davidson’s Neptune 9 – Webisodes 1 – 4
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As a portrait artist, I create unique and personal paintings that capture the essence of the individual. They become treasures more and more over time because of the beauty of the moment is forever there on the canvas. My clients are all overjoyed with the result and the portraits can be passed on to heirs.
I am an Art Teacher for all ages. I can give online lessons and critiques.
Start you grinnin’ and drop your linen! The Valley Boys are HERE!!! I’ve known Dave Dion for about 20 years and his, John and Dan’s talent are awesome.
Be sure to keep up with their busy schedule and come listen to some serious music! Do you have any questions or do you want to book the VALLEY BOYS for a show or event? Please Feel free to contact us by email or by phone. Rock on Friend!!
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Hawaii’s Nature Artist
Born in Honolulu, Hawaii in 1962, Patrick Ching has spent a lifetime devoted to the preservation of Hawaii’s native wildlife. He grew up exploring the valleys and shorelines of Hawaii and during a month long Outward Bound wilderness program, saw his first Hawaiian Hawk in the sky over Pololou valley. “During that experience I decided to devote my life to educating people about Hawaii’s native wildlife through my art”.
In 1980 Patrick won a scholarship to Otis/Parsons Art Institute in Los Angeles. He also attended the University of Hawaii at Leeward college and UH Manoa. His most influential mentor is international surrealist artist John Pitre.