Thursday, September 2, 2010

Trailer Schmailer

I've tooled around with Sony Vegas Studio a little of late, and look what popped out:



(I recommend viewing at YouTube; just click on the title in the top left of the video box.)

I also discovered The House Eaters is now listed at Goodreads. Spooky, really.


Thanks to anyone who has read the first installment of "Black Medicine Thunder..." over at The Red Penny Papers. KV Taylor has put together one fabulous piece of digital pulp.

Today, a group of consultants will film me "doing my thing" in my classroom. Spookiest moment yet. (They even plan to show it to other teachers...the fools!)

14 comments:

K.C. Shaw said...

I can't watch the trailer yet because I'm at work (shhhh). Can't wait to read the book, though!

I hope the filming thing today goes well. Bribe your students. :)

L.R. Bonehill said...

Super-cool!

katey said...

Oh dear, educational consultants. That sounds ever spookier than the kind I'm used to. (That'd be my husband. Ha!)

"Black Medicine Thunder..." is truly awesome, man. You rock! Also, I knew Abe'd be a hit as a cover boy. It's that pretty face of his... er...

Aaron Polson said...

I'll keep it down, K.C. (shhhh)

Thanks, L.R.

Katey - Pretty face indeed. ;)

onipar... said...

The trailer came out great. And congrats on the teaching video!

Barry Napier said...

very well done!

Aaron Polson said...

Anthony - If there was a big check attached, that would me even more awesome. (thanks)

Thanks, Barry.

Jeremy Kelly said...

Cool trailer. I like all of the fists.

Jeremy Kelly said...

Cool trailer. I like all of the fists.

onipar... said...

Haha, yeah. Big checks need to be attached to more of the stuff I do as well.

Anonymous said...

Very Interesting!
Thank You!

Danielle Ferries said...

Most excellent.

Aaron Polson said...

Thanks Jeremy x2.

Anthony - And by big we mean lots of zeroes, right? (I don't want one of those "big" checks they hand out to nonprofits for photo ops...)

Thank you, Anon.

Cheers, Danielle.

Alan W. Davidson said...

Traiers are always good...nicely done!