"Baron von Brunk's Batmobile Brick Build-a-Thon Bonanza!"
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Next Saturday in Times Square, the folks at Ripley's Believe it or Not have commissioned me to do a jolly good performance art event to kick off the premiere of The Dark Knight Rises I shall be assembling a giant 5-foot Batmobile sculpture entirely from over 12,000 LEGO pieces, from start to finish hopefully under 24 hours!
If you're in the New York City area, mosey on down to Ripley's on July 21st and watch me make history! Bring me a pizza and some cans of Monster.
Baturally, you'd agree.
- Baron von Brunk
- Listening to: Motörhead
- Reading: This blog for typos
- Watching: Same as above, you big dummy.
- Playing: I thought we covered this one already?
- Eating: Burritos
- Drinking: Monster Energy
Do you still make cartoons?
I took an indefinite break from making Flash cartoons a while back as I focused on my career as a graphic artist when I moved to New York, and then chose to make custom LEGO models as my pigeonholed claim to fame. I plan on potentially making cartoons again in the future, but instead of simple web toon parodies, I plan on making more professionally-animated short films with writers, fancy editing, and more refined quality.
Wow, as a graphic design artist, do you work for a company or do you freelance, by taking work when you can find, I have a friend who's a graphic artist who freelanced until he found work with the Orlando magic, and by web took you mean original characters and plot, I see how there's no financial benefit to making parodies
I work as a professional designer for a sports promotions company in Long Island; I mostly design t-shirts and rally items for various major league and minor league teams. Prior to that, I sort of did the same thing, only for a bigger company and in Manhattan. And before that, I mostly designed packages and product illustrations for small electronics for various companies. I'm in the process of helping to launch an electronics company soon, though, where I'll be the multimedia director.
Bring it to Australia.