Tuesday, August 18, 2009

Getting To Know Walt (Putting It Walt's Way But Nicely)

Here's a candid of Walt on the fire escape. He's always out there. It's like he lives out there!

This is Christopher Robin, Walt's first little brother.

This is Walt and Christopher Robin's little brother, Elvis.

And in a hilarious parallel to Walt Solves The Mystery Of The Water Tower, even more babies have shown up in the past few weeks!

I think Elvis wants to start boy scouts soon. The funny thing is, Christopher Robin couldn't want anything more than NOT to start boy scouts soon. (He's trying to put it off.)

And I can't be sure, but Walt seems pretty secretive about his private life lately. I wonder if he met someone special. You know how boys are.

Monday, August 17, 2009

Walt Caught In A Papparazzi Storm

Doesn't this look like Walt's leaving a Hollywood restaurant and suddenly is surrounded by photographers because he was asking for it?

and also, look how big he's getting!

and lastly, he really, really, really doesn't look like he used to, and I'm only saying that I'm just the slightest bit suspicious.

Sunday, August 2, 2009

walt and the mystery of the water tower

I call this the second in the series even though it was filmed third. Not only a celebration of babies and detective work, "walt and the mystery of the walter tower" showcases the best of my animation ability, or at least camera trickery. For these reasons, this one is my favorite.

filmed/edited on May 25th, 2006.

walt goes nuts!

This video was made ENTIRELY by me and Walt on April 19th, 2005 (a mere seven days after Walt's adoption at the fair that was taking up all of Low Plaza, where I picked the friendly looking jade over literally millions of other plants). It's loosely based on a Virginia Woolf book, although which one it's not clear. This movie is the first in a series by me and Walt.

Please keep in mind that I made this video as a younger girl, so there exist several very good reasons not to put this video up. But I put it up anyway, so enjoy it for my sake. Freshman year, everybody.

n.b. If you can't understand the dialogue, give it a few more views. I'm confident that everything is intelligible through context.