Saturday, June 4, 2011

Nova Jackson: Ejects!

For many of you, Jodi Chamberlain’s name is already familiar as the creator of the Syntropy trailer (the YouTube video off to the right there… the one showing Booker and Annabelle running in the cornfield… awesome). Well, Miss Jodi is as prolific as she is talented, in addition to her videos and fine art (click the link and then go to "paintings"... you might just fall in love), she has completed the first episode of a highly entertaining (okay, crazy-ass-fun) graphic novel series designed specifically for digital media, Nova Jackson: Ejects!

The trailer…
If you are interested in downloading a $2 copy… the link to the Barnes and Noble page is here.

But wait there’s more! The story of Jodi's career change, from office fodder to whatever she considers herself now, is worth a read as well, and is listed here at the Huffington Post (fun huh?). Just what drives this 5’2” sailor to do so much of what she does? Where I fret and sweat whether my work is good enough to share, she just knows hers is.

Munk’s opening line(s)…
Wallace set about doing the only thing he could think to do, and that was to lick the chocolate from Stacy's neck. There was a chance she was allergic, after all.
Munk's "Opening Line" is yours to keep, use it. Munk 

This week's music "Lights Out" by DobleFlo (video by... you guessed it.)

8 comments:

Dawnelle said...

Great Work Jodi! Munk...your work IS good enough to share, remember "it's not just crap".

Jodi Chamberlain said...

I'm with Dawnelle! Hurry up and finish that book! I really liked it!

Munk said...

@D--My heart swells when I hear those words.
@JC--Shakin' the bush boss, shakin' the bush.

The Gaelic Wife said...

Insecurities. We all have them. Even, I think, the Jodi's of the world. Just take a deep breath and think "What's the worst that could happen? Someone doesn't like it? So what? I do, and that's what counts."

Lydia K said...

Her stuff is amazing!

Hey Munk rhymes with...

(Darn. Not nearly as good of a comeback as I'd hoped.)

L.G.Smith said...

Fun videos. And I totally get the artistic insecurity. I never think anything is good enough.

K.C. Woolf said...

Great trailers and video! I like the atmosphere.

Jayne said...

What a talent--she's a real inspiration, and what perfect timing... kids are finishing up at school and need a few summer projects. ;)
Now here, take this from Robert Sheckley: A novel is often a longer process in handling self-doubt.
You can question yourself, but keep posting. We want more!