Tuesday, December 29, 2009
So Jason Bord was nice enough to let me put this online. I'm pretty sure it came out some time around 2002-03. It's a classic Indiana blade flick that I've watched countless times.
Produced by Jason Bord.
Sections: Loran Bohall, Brian Walker, Tanner Tyree, Jason Bord, P.J. Mitchell, Jake Wilkes, and a bunch of totally rad montages
Friday, December 25, 2009
Saturday, December 19, 2009
So it's been a long time coming but a new video is finally in the works. This is the 1st of many production journals I'll be posting up over the next month or so to give some small glimpses into the project for your viewing pleasure. Anyways, so far I've got a rough draft version of Jeremy's section which is raw as *#$^ and as much as I'd love to show you some of it...I think you're going to have to wait.
In other news I just started working on the cover art for Strange Colors. I ended up spending wayyyy too much money on supplies but I think it will be worth it in the end. I'll definately post up some shots of the piece as soon as it's finished so stay tuned. Did I mention that my blu-ray burner arrived?
Keep checking back for more production journals and check the Indiana Inline Shop soon for DVD and Blu-Ray pre-order.
Thursday, December 10, 2009
This past monday Alex Braunagel, Jeremy Adamowicz, and myself(Seth Andrews) woke up to unexpected snow so we decided to drive to Ollies and Florence, KY to put together a little promo edit for the new video and to blade just to blade. Enjoy and keep checking here for Strange Colors news and sneak peeks.
Monday, December 7, 2009
So since it snowed and solution is getting a little stale we're making our first trip to Ollies this winter. Don't worry if you can't make this one we'll go again soon. So far it's myself, Alex, and Josh rolling in one car...if anybody else is interested in catching a ride or starting a caravan hit one of us up for details. We'll be leaving around 4PM and I'm trying to get some people from the area to come out and blade with us so it should be a good time. An edit could be in the works...check back soon.
So I guess Monday Night Skate is kind of unofficially over for the year but if anybody is down to blade it's not that bad as long as you bundle up and drink lots of coffee. New video teaser coming soon...I finally got my new editing setup running. Juiced. Stay tuned.
Wednesday, December 2, 2009
Sprichst du Deutsch? Balance goes international and catches up with Tim Helbock and Martin Walchshofer from Austria, and illustrator Dan Lambert from England. Also featuring Stefan Brandow from Pittsburgh, PA. and H.S. Knucklehead who hails from parts unknown. There's plenty of eyecandy to go around for everyone.
Props to Vince for making every issue that much better...keep up the good work!