An action documentary reality show about personal transformation through the Tao or Way of Kung Fu
The Sifu: Kung Fu Redemption TV Show take viewers on an epic journey into the Way of Kung Fu. The powerful drama and explosive action will entertain viewers as they watch initiates to kung fu struggle to adapt to the challenges of kung fu redemption. At the Kung Fu Temple, the Sifu and his excellent staff of instructors help our guests have a transcendent experience - transforming them into more balanced human beings and their empowerment transforms the world around them.
People come to learn kung fu for a variety of reasons: they want to learn self defense, or find the idea combat via martial arts to be a great fun. But others have serious problems they are dealing with – drug addiction, a feeling of purposelessness, or, as is the case in the first episode of this series, a returning soldier having trouble with anger and getting back into civilian life.
A hilarious animation about the battle between a small run-down shop & the GigantaMART superstore
Check out this cool animated project.
From the Creator:
I wrote Trouble and Strife (working title) due to my frustration at the ever growing dominance of supermarkets - I lived by a small local town where we would go for our weekly shop, there were individual stores for butchers, bakers and grocers and the town was busy and friendly, but as I grew up I slowly watched all the stores close down after a huge supermarket was built, leaving an empty lifeless town which is now just filled with a few takeaway restaurants.
I hope that Trouble and Strife touches the heart strings of all those out there who like the David and Goliath story of the small and weak against the huge and strong - written for a family audience in a very similar way to The Simpsons, but with the age old British humor of Fawlty Towers and Monty Python, Trouble and Strife is a fun, entertaining comedy animation.
A 30 year old with days to Catch all the Pokemon!
Yes it sounds like something out of the slacker’s dream book, but the truth is 30 days could be an insane time crunch to catch all the pokemon out there. And hey if one man can make 10’s of thousands making potato salad why not this?
I just turned 30 years old. I didn’t finish college, my work is meh, like many generation x’ers I want to leave some kind of mark on the world and one day I remembered the feeling of accomplishment I had after spending over a year catching the original 151 in 1999 (over 15 years ago).
After searching the internet for people who have caught all the pokemon I found that many of them took a very long time to do it, or used emulators or cheat devices which was quite disappointing. With the launch of the newest pokemon games Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire I will put myself to the ultimate gaming test and attempt to catch all the pokemon(living pokedex) in only 30 days!
Rugged, Portable, Waterproof POWER!
Created by The same outdoor designer brand that delivered the Turtle Shell® and Big Turtle Shell® products, Outdoor Tech® is now at it again and taking to indiegogo to bring you what just might be the most extreme portable, thing, rugged and waterproof power cell.
Whether you’re just a traveller who might get caught in the rain, a fisher who plays close to the water or a surfer who’s going deep having the power to keep your toys alive has never been easier.
They’re small, powerful and connect to any USB device and you can get the Mini (2200 mAh) at 30 bucks! But there are also 6000 mAh and 10000 mAh models.
Oh, the Moon, what is there to say about the moon?
As there was/is a full moon eclipse tonight/last night (depending on where you live) it seems like an appropriate time to feature…
"…When the moon rises, it’s as if your familiar surroundings become an eerie shadow world. The fears and sadnesses so repressed in your daily life become starkly apparent, and you are forced to confront your often neglected subconsciousness. This world, though fraught with wild imaginings, is somehow truer than reality, and there is much to learn from your journey through it. The shimmering stillness of your inner being is always present, but rarely traversed…" - The Visions Guide, on the Moon XVIII.
Just launched the Kickstarter for the print edition of the Wonderful Wizard of Oz, with the full original text and 88 of my illustrations!!! More on that later.
Here’s the last chunk of chapter illustrations, covering the journey south from the Emerald City (the first part is here, the second part is here). There’s some bits in this last part of the book that are among the weirdest, and most unfamiliar to people because it was mostly discarded for the movie adaptation. The China Country is one I was very excited/daunted to draw; it’s very unexpected!
Oh and I put up a grid of all of the chapter illustrations together but I made it for the Kickstarter and I thought it was fun to look at