A Meditation Incident: When Thought Stops

Another stab at developing my basic animation skills. I had fun, as always, building the soundtrack. This one goes by so quickly, I suggest looking at it a few times.

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About bobcomings

Visual artist working in wide variety of media and forms including painting, drawing , sculpture, digital drawing and painting, digital animation, and sound exploration for almost 60 years.
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3 Responses to A Meditation Incident: When Thought Stops

  1. Fred Smith says:

    Aha, yes it came be scary getting stuck in the transcendent. A unique illustration of an out of body experience.

    Thank you Bob,

    Fred

    On reincarnation: Have you seen Dean Stamley on Netflix? http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1135968/

  2. Susan Gilbert says:

    Your animation and sound is so totally much fun! We have been so swamped with snow this winter that if I made an animation it would be completely white with maybe little shadowy shapes and a sort of low, ploppy sound. I am feeling like a hermit lately! I should move back to California or something. Hope you are doing well. – Susan

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    • tputter says:

      Hey Zig!great to hear from you. while you are living in a great white blanket  of snow, we are on the brink about to run out of water in Willits. If it does not rain real soon, we are going to be living in some very extreme conditions. I try not to imagine life after the end of municipal water.  Local ranchers, farmers, and hill dwellers  are already dealing with dry wells.perhaps this situation will prod me into my next animation. gaaaawd, it is such a slow and tedious medium. fortunately it is also very rewarding to make things come alive on screen.i hope you are still making music and images. Your world view has always astonished and delighted me.I recently purchased a Hugh Tracey Alto Kalimba from South Africa via kalimbamagic.com in AZ. It is so comforting to have it vibrate in my hands and compared to the experience of electronic sound production it is so immediate and warm. I still spend at least 2 hours a day playing with sound in my computer, but had lately felt a real longing for something acoustic and something with which it would be hard to make a mistake. So I am happybest wishes to you and your entire family,bob

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