You can visit a working version of the Oblivion Report on Bo.lt or on my Site. I decided to rework the Drudge Report for my web-story, using Bo.lt. Bo.lt was pretty great to work with as you could switch between the visual editor and HTML. Definitely easier than using Firebug, and hosting is provided. I […]
Mr. Groom – It’s come to ds107’s attention that you are still not well. We understand we need to work together to help you. How are we feeling today Jim? Together we’ll find a process that brings us to a place that’s right for ds106. Your cousin’s misplaced anger isn’t your fault. It’s something we’ll […]
Jim Groom finally lets the ds106 and ds107 communities know the truth about the monster within himself and how he has no ability to control it. God help all of us in ds106 and ds107.
Jim Groom a beloved member of the ds106 community appeared to lose his senses when he assumed power over ds106 and banished anyone that questioned his authority. A small group formed a rebellion against the newly despotic Groom. They called themselves ds107. Soon a number of ds106 expats believed that the Jim Groom they had […]
[View the story “The Summer of Oblivion Takes The Long Walk” on Storify]
I have to admit this became more of a dabbling with “found sounds” rather than what I’d think normally as working with sound effect clips. But I couldn’t help myself as I really enjoyed looking through the open catalog of freesound.org. This little piece started while trying to manage a moment of personal frustration. Not […]
First off thanks Timmmmyboy for creating this assignment and the tutorial to go with it. It was great to be walked through a tool I had never used before in Photoshop. And second thanks to ds106 for always finding ways to exercise your creative side! I deviated a little from Tim’s assignment by selecting 30-50 […]
John Boorman’s survivalist film Deliverance rendered in four icons.
Here’s my first tutorial for ds106 that Jim Groom mentioned he might be interested in today’s ds106tv broadcast. It shows how I created my “Have You Seen Dr. Oblivion” posters. It teaches the basics of converting a bitmapped image to vectorized one using Adobe Illustrator’s LiveTrace.
View “The Battle For Oblivion” on Storify