If you’ve ever sent anyone a big file over the web, chances are you’ve at least considered using YouSendIt . Well, we’re happy to say YouSendIt is now on our list of official supporters for Dying to do Letterman . They’ll not only be sponsoring a swanky get-together for us at The Cinequest Film Festival , but they’ve asked us to make a low-budget—
We’re so proud to announce that El Camino Hospital will be sponsoring our world premiere at The Cinequest Film Festival . Not only will their logos appear on the hospital scrubs worn by our street team , as well as tee-shirts which will be provided to early arrivals at our screenings, but we’ll be putting up an entire comedy show to raise money for The Canary Foundation . Here’s a little video we put—
Our latest Dying to do Letterman supporter is Frank from Jack’s Secret Stash , and we couldn’t be more excited. Spreading the Love Around Frank puts out a great plugin for Cinema 4D called SurfaceSPREAD . It’s terrific for making realistic 3d landscapes. We had a particular graphic in mind for Dying to do Letterman that had a surreal feel to it, set—
So close to the big, merry holiday…could that be why the Dying to do Letterman team was lucky enough to have their own personal Santa pay us a visit? Santa Klaus Klaus Heyne, to be exact. This graphic guru makes an exciting plugin for Cinema 4D (the 3D software we use here at Joke Productions ) called “DRIVE!” . (Yes, we’re excited,—
Frischluft helps us “focus” on Dying to do Letterman.
We’ve been working hard on concepts for the graphics treatment in Dying to do Letterman. There’s a magic set of plugins we wished for, to create cloud effects, glows, and other graphic goodness, famously known as the Trapcode Suite . Well, today, Red Giant Software generously donated a copy the entire Trapcode Suite to Dying to do Letterman ! We’ve already starting working with this great set of—
Okay, so clearly this post won’t go up for a bit, but we’re excited to announce that Linda…yes THE Linda of IJL Designs (short for “It’s Just Linda”) has offered her time and expertise to help us put together this very website. As you can imagine, after working six years on this documentary, that last thing we wanted—