Pico Day 2008The third annual day dedicated to celebrating Pico and NG!
ATTENTION!!!!!!! WHILE WATCHING RYANS PART WHERE IT ENdS WITH PICO HOLDING A LITTLE GIRL, MANY PEOPLE THINK THTA WHEN YOU CLICK DARNELL IT TAKES YOU TO THE MAIN MENU. I MADE THE MISTAKE OF PUTTING THE MAIN MENU BUTTON OVER THE DARNELL HITS BUTTON, I CAN'T FIX IT NOW FOR LONG REASONS BUT JUST BE CAREFUL WHEN YOU HIT THE DARNELL BUTTON, IT STILL WORKS.
My second pico day submission.
Pico fights are the generic thing to do on pico day. I wanted to do that but give it a twist. I decided to do a collab, give it some sort of continuity, but then the idea of making it interactive came to mind. where the viewer chooses where to take it. I admit there are some continuity flaws. But over all it's a first of it's kind. maybe this will spawn more similar idea collabs that will all together be more polished ideas of this concept.
As for the collab itself, i am really happy with the result, personally. I think that it consists of a good variety of styles and approaches to a pico fight. I think the videos produced by the artists are very fresh and interesting to watch over and over. I seriously cannot pick a favorite. Each is literally fantastic in it's own way. For that i thank the artists who joined up to make this project what it is.
As for Thanks, there is also a good handful of people i'd like to thank.
To start off I'd like to thank MaestroRage who produced some great musical pieces. Unfortunately time grew short, and couldn't finish up some great music he had in store.
Secondly, Christian B. Christiansen, cause i thought of this collab with him and he stuck to making the intro and his part through whatever circumstances.
Thirdly, the Swain, who jumped in yesterday to help how he could through some technical difficulties the project was going through.
Fourthly, Corey Griffin (Atomic-Noodle) who i know is great at making menus and displays from making my site and was open to designing some kick ass menu work for this collab. I suck at making menus.
And lastly, (but definitely not least) Keith, who successfully fixed all the faulty programming at the last minute and saved this project. Thanks Keith, I owe you a bunch of drinks at the London Meet in August :)
AS FOR TECHNICAL STUFF, DON'T FORGET THAT THIS IS AN INTERACTIVE MOVIE AND MAKE SURE YOU GET TO WATCH ALL THE POSSIBILITIES. JUST SO YOU KNOW THERE ARE 4 POSSIBLE ENDINGS.
I hope you enjoy... Happy Pico Day everyone, and Happy birthday Tom.