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    I work for the man during the day and I do stop motion, animation and other artistic projects in my free time. I am currently building up my portfolio to hopefully get a job in the field soon. I was inspired to work in animation by many cartoons from the 80s. So, I like to work in clay or legos usually.

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  • George Martin shared a photo.
    1 month ago

    This is a work in progress Barry Boxhead, I need to put some more finish touches on him. Then I will start filming the short he is in.

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    6 months ago

    How to Survive a Bear Attack

    Create Cake Magic! Learn to make the cakes youve always dreamed of with online courses from CakeMade. Watch more Disaster Survival & Worst-Case Scenarios videos: So you've finally escaped to the great outdoors. Good for you. But watch out for bears, or you may need to escape from the great outdoors. Step 1: Reverse direction If you've already had your head ripped off during a bear encounter, we probably can't help you. However, if the bear has not yet ripped off your head because you saw him first, off in the distance, you should slowly and quietly begin walking in the opposite direction until he's out of sight. Then calmly stay put for about a half hour. Tip While you're waiting, sing, talk, or make some noise. Also, now is not the time for a smelly, bear-enticing snack! Step 2: Walk noisily With the coast clear, resume your walk. But make noise so the bear knows you're around. The truth is, that bear doesn't want to run into you, either. Step 3: Avoid eye contact Uh, oh. Despite your best efforts, Smokey The Bear's evil twin is suddenly standing in front of you, calmly considering his options. First off, do not make eye contact. The bear will take it as a direct challenge to his authority, and he will rip your head off. Step 4: Slowly back away Back away slowly while speaking in a soft voice. Tip Right about now would be a good time to make a deal with God. Step 5: Don't flee Holy crap, the bear is charging. Do not run! He will chase you down and rip your head off. Instead, stand perfectly still. If he stops his charge, slowly back away again, speaking softly. Step 6: Play dead If the bear attacks, protect your head with your arms, curl up in a fetal position, and pretend you're dead. Or try hitting him directly in the nose. Some experts think a quick punch works better than submissiveness. Step 7: Have pepper spray next time Next time, don't go into the woods without bear repellent pepper spray. Just be sure to familiarize yourself with its proper use. Did You Know? You are more likely to be struck by lightning than mauled by a bear.

  • Barbara Solony George Martin
    9 months ago

    Hi George !

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  • George Martin shared a photo.
    9 months ago

    Here is an old foot locker I recently refinished with my airbrush.

  • George Martin
    9 months ago

    Going to draw up some designs for a new puppet to start to work on in a week or two.

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  • George Martin
    10 months ago

    been working a lot on my airbrushing to get better for puppet painting.


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