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My questions is to peter directly. I was wondering what the life for other artists is like. After a big hit like aeon what do you do. Youve proably made enough money that you never have to work again. But yet you proably cant or wouldnt want to just sit around. So what do you do do you find it difficult to get motivated to work eventhough you dont need the money. And what would you work on. What are your plans. Is there bigger dreams then that of aeon. And what could they be. What do you find yourself doing with your time. Ive always been curious of that after someones made it big then what your still alive you still have to keep going but where??????????
-- eric (email@example.com), October 21, 2002
Nice going Eric.
-- Barb e. (Suesuesbeo9@cs.com), October 23, 2002.
Thats a dam good question eric. I know I thought of it all by myself.
-- eric (firstname.lastname@example.org), October 21, 2002.
HAY PAL: I'll tell you what YOUR q. REALLY is:
WHAT the HELL ARE YOU doing here
Yuh gadda RHYME gadduh REASON for BEING yed or WHUUUUUD
and move on that too in a new yak howwy right away dont asc me against
-- dangerboy (email@example.com), October 22, 2002.
Dangerboy's right: you make a good point. I think I'll donate my millions to feed the needy and just go out and kill myself. Why go on?
-- Peter Chung (firstname.lastname@example.org), October 23, 2002.
I'm as quick as a dead sloth.
-- Sam (email@example.com), October 25, 2002.
Eric's odd presumptions aside (a "big hit", etc), I will answer this question as I'm amazed and grateful that there remains such activity on this board. What's happening is this: Animation production has wrapped on "Matriculated", my 16- minute Animatrix episode. We are now beginning post production work. Music and sound design are being handled by the same teams that did the Matrix movie. I will be directing voices with Mr. Jack Fletcher-- the man. Not much dialogue, though. This will have a feeling similar to the AF shorts-- intricate visual storytelling (but with better production values). The dvd will be released probably around June, next year. It will include making-of documentaries and substantial on-screen interviews with the directors.
So for now, it's back to work on development of my independent animated feature project.
-- Peter Chung (firstname.lastname@example.org), October 26, 2002.
Being involved (at a very scrub level) in two creative disciplines, (architecture & writing) it never fails to astonish me that the American public believes that fortune and glory await the successful artist... This is true only for sufficiently minor values of 'fortune and glory' - or sufficiently minor values of 'artist.'
-- Charles Martin (email@example.com), March 06, 2003.