DS106 Playground

The hub for all DS106 material generated, fabricated, or artfully ripped off by Henry Mills. The last one is a joke, OC only.

Summary – Final Assignment

Wow. That was an intense three weeks. Some parts were incredibly rewarding, some were severely tedious. Let’s start with links to my final assignment, and my final assignment tutorial and reflection. And now to my final reflections. I struggled to figure out how to best format this summary. My mind tells me to give a […]

The Tale of Ole Daublin

Long ago, in another world, there was a continent called Tarminofel. Tarminofel was divided into five provinces – The Harvest, The Hunt, The Harbor, The Dig, and The Home. The Home served as the capital, although the provinces were generally friendly and self-stable. The Dig was nestled in the Lont Mountains to the west, from […]

Viking Fight

Submitted in fulfillment of Period Piece Mashup video assignment located here. 4 stars. Story The year was a long time ago. The place, somewhere in Europe…really ay actor with a British accent can play any European nationality and it works for American television. Regardless, it was a long time ago in Europe. Armies from warring […]

Through the Eyes of Ebert

Submitted in fulfillment of the Ebert’s Analysis video assignment located here. 4 stars. Story I chose this assignment because I really got a lot out of the How to Read a Movie article, which I talk about in this post and I wanted to continue analyzing in the style of Ebert. I chose the movie […]

Daily Create Journal – 1.17.21

For today’s daily create we had to make like, an inspirational quote poster, using random words. I chose something very near to me. Like, physically near. And relatable. Mood. I used this site. There are a ton of those ads that look like they’re part of the interface…so….watch out.

Reading Movies, Like Watching Movies with your Brain

Wow, that was a great read. In his article, Roger Ebert talks about the technical aspects of cinematography, which I found incredibly insightful. His notion (not his originally, but he relies on it heavily) of “intrinsic weighting,” has brilliant insights into how the cinematography contributes (or detracts) from the story itself. The idea that the […]