May 22, 2009

What happened in the twilight down there in the bottoms.

Our resident animation master Chip Ahoy took my photo from the Twilight Café and played out its forboding mood:

23 comments:

Bob said...

Oh, gods, I love it! Well done!

Pogo said...

I saw this before; 'twas great!

EDH said...

My, what a large... tongue you have, Althouse.

Penny said...

Wow, Chip. Color me impressed!

ricpic said...

Great. And what a relief that the dog is smiling in close up.

David said...

I love it, especially the slobbering finale. Thanks Chip.

Kirk Parker said...

I'll dissent from David: I think the smiling ending totally ruined the foreboding aspect (kind of like a picardy third.)

Joan said...

Count me in the "love it" group.

Penny said...

Something tells me that Holly got a treat and some scratches behind her ears when Meade saw this.

MadisonMan said...

Very nice!

goesh said...

Smiling? - looks more like he/she is on the hunt, to each his own

Bissage said...

(1) She's a good girl!

(2) Well done, as always, Chip. Thanks.

(3) Woof!

T said...

I needed a lift today, and that did it! Superb!

American Liberal Elite said...

Chip; always amazing!

traditionalguy said...

The Chipster has created another performance art winner. He needs to be a part of a DVD of Althouse Revisited to be issued soon.

Mike said...

Very nice job, Chip. It's got that back-and-forth drama with the big finish. I think she's smiling too. Woof!

Penny said...

Perhaps more "Look at me! Look at me, dad!"

Ron said...

"Be berry qwiet -- we're hunting Awlthouses!"

Penny said...

Which is much more fun than hunting owls' houses!

David said...

Kirk Parker said...
I'll dissent from David: I think the smiling ending totally ruined the foreboding aspect (kind of like a picardy third.)
Kirk, only the playful and deluded Althouse believes it's a Coyote. It's a friendly happy slobbering dog.

Revenant said...

Great job, Chip. :)

Dad Bones said...

At first glance I thought your intriguing animation was a black raccoon from the way it was running, when it was *only* a shapeshifting dog. Either one would get my full attention out where the tall grass grows.

Po Mmi said...

Kind of reminds me of that old Commodore 64 game "Forbidden Forest":

http://www.archive.org/details/C64Gamevideoarchive56-ForbiddenForest

An influence?