Saturday, July 19, 2008

on the radio...

Go here and click on the top left button. I'm on July 19th at 9pm EST.

If you missed it live, you can listen to it here.

5 Comments:

Blogger FJ said...

hey Marc - listening to your interview now. Interested to hear about the flash cartoon, I remember that! I so would have gone for that, not sure if that's a possibility in the future. Also interested to hear about that student in Israel making a cartoon based on...Sid, was it? Geez, even I forget that one, I have to go look him up!

8/02/2008 5:04 PM  
Blogger Marc Hansen said...

Actually, it's Fid - it was a couple of backup stories in Vol. 5.

8/02/2008 8:54 PM  
Blogger FJ said...

Makes sense, I only read Volume 5 once or twice, and that was when they were posted on the online site...they were curiously misplaced from the rest of my Snarts, which are now in my parents' attic.

8/06/2008 12:48 PM  
Blogger FJ said...

Hey Marc -

I found out about this new thing by Stephen King (obviously not drawn by him) called "N". Website is "nishere.com" and is a short story by Stephen King, published weekdays, with narration/dialogue, decent art, story by King. It'll eventually be a 25 part series. I kinda feel like they should have published 4 weekly segments but you'll know what I mean when you get to the site. Looking for your thoughts on that based on your experience w/ the defunct Flash movie and the online publishing.

- F

8/07/2008 7:35 AM  
Blogger Marc Hansen said...

check out:
http://www.illwillpress.com/

I don't know. I really don't have much of an opinion on animation vs. static art. Perhaps the Flash movie was a misdirection on my part - a diversion. It seems, in a way, that animation is a gimmick compared to static "art" - the "N" website really points this out. The flash cartoon, what I did, was fun to do though. It's like comparing a book to the movie. I think a book (literature) is closer to an artform than a movie. There's only a very few number of movies I would call art, but many books.

8/13/2008 1:59 PM  

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