December 10, 2012

MOOT MAG – A Pulp Mag for the Digital Age

Moot Magazine is a visual extravaganza of sci-fi storytelling. Yours if you support the Moot Movie campaign on Kickstarter.

Calling upon the heavens for some supreme magic. Almost halfway to the goal. Amazing backers showing their pledge support. We are so fortunate for what has been given.

Still need plenty of help. 10 days to go. Please pledge.

November 20, 2012

Follow the Mootbow

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Building out the end of Birth of Moot Monster animated short so that it can flourish on its own. Click the pot of gold for GOOD LUCK.

Doomsday Prepper vs Doomsday Preventer

While Moot Mag is an essential for any DOOMSDAY PREPPER, The MOOT Monster is a DOOMSDAY PREVENTER. To Serve and Protect. 12-21-2012 apocalyptic predictions run rampant across our communications. Feed the monster so it can Serve and Protect.

November 7, 2012

Science Fiction is the Purest Form of Art

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Moot is introducing a new sci-fi world. Possibly a strange and scary place, possibly a fascinating look at humanity and all our differences, possibly a bit of satire directed at preconceptions of sci-fi worlds from the past. The question remains whether something new will translate into something desired. That is up to you. No matter what, as the creators of Moot, we will see our vision come to reality. We are grateful for the tremendous support thus far. Testimonials and pledges are driving confidence to reach our goal.

CJ Cherryh Science Fiction is Art

March 13, 2011

Brain Static

If you’ve ever had media overload, you’ve gotta check out Brain Static. It is an experimental film I created 10 years ago using movies shot on 16mm back at UCLA in the late 80’s. I recently found the AE file and upped the resolution to HD for all the Moot fans to enjoy.

May 20, 2010

V-man’s Biosapiens

I wanted to feature a few different artist in Moot Mag for the first issue. Time and capital only allowed one photo-digital artist. This person is known as V-man. He’s created the body of work known as Biosapiens. In the article you will find out that he is afflicted with a skin condition known as Vitiligo. It is simply a loss of pigment in the skin, no melanin being produced in patches. People with dark skin, like Michael Jackson are more affected as it’s much more visible. It can be hard to see on people with light skin, unless an ultraviolet light is used, as in the picture below of V-man. This disease may have influenced V-man’s desire to reshape the human figure and infuse it with textures from nature. V-man is a hard guy to track down to get a full explanation of his work. The full article should be read in Moot Mag and more of his art can be seen at BIOSAPIENS

May 19, 2010

The birth of Moot

I’ve been on hiatus from this blog, but I’m back to moot. And explore this Word Press blog so that I can post more fun things. Created a blog over at Blogger for SEO purposes, Fantasy Science Fiction… I like the look, gotta get ranked, come on Google give us some love.

Moot began with the idea of a Hollywood photographer/paparazzo and the magazine he creates back in 1997 with Trevor the Tabloid Paparazzo. It was a web story during the boom in online entertainment without the band width… most brands from the time collapsed. In my Trevor story, Deva wasn’t a witch, she was a porn star, yet she was still played by my wife. I knew that couldn’t last and Cindera made that clear as well.

Another character from Trevor was Baby Biddle, a little assassin working for the CIA, who’s brain and facial hair had matured to 40 by the time he was 14 months. I’ve attached the image. He was transformed into the Moot character of Betty Biddle, the little person, genius robot scientist.

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