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On My Honor: a Daniel Baker Project.

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Blog Published on 12 March 2014 Hits: 54

 I am pleased to announce the release of On My Honor by Daniel Baker.

Daniel Came to me for help  with making his first video projects for his Eagle Scout. Daniel Choose to do the history of Springville Indiana and the local Boy scout troop.

This was a fun piece that he used to learn a new skill set and see how the process works when making a movie, from the initial time management all the way thru to creating a title sequence. Daniel learned the basics of , Photo editing, cropping, color correction, sizing, screen capture with google earth, image stabilization, timing, transitions, video logging, Editing, time management, sourcing usable  music , arbitration credits, different types of media licensing and why you should use a tripod. Other parts of our adventure in film making included on site filming, and seeking locations , lots of research both online and  Physically hiking thru snow and cow muck to nearly forgotten grave sites. Daniel set up appointments for   consulting local historians, and spent the time  pouring over texts, and yearbooks at the Lawrence County museum.  

It was a memorable experience and I am very happy that Daniel choose to share this adventure with me and I was able to help him meet his goal in making his first project.

If you have any questions or comments on this project you can post to the message-board :here: 

Springville Indiana  HISTORY , Eagle Scout Project.  SD

 

On My Honor

Springville, IN

Directed by Daniel Baker

Produced by Daniel Baker &

Mary-Margaret Conley

 

in Association With 
Magenta Monkey Studios 
marymconley.com 

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Staring 

Larry King 
Albert Cross
Dwight Kimmel
Howard Thompson
Daniel Baker
Larry Lafferty
Wilford Hardwick
Vestal Hardwick
Curtus Owens
Paul Godsey
Denny Godsey
Kenny Thompson
Jack Coursey
Donald Thompson

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Music

"Porch Blues" 
Kevin MacLeod 
incompetech.com 
Licensed under Creative Commons:
 By Attribution 3.0

 

"The Liberty Bell"
John Philip Sousa 
museopen.org
United States Marine Band
Public Domain

 

"La Reine de la Mer"
John Philip Sousa 
museopen.org
United States Marine Band
Public Domain

 

"Hail to the Spirit of Liberty"
John Philip Sousa 
museopen.org
United States Marine Band
Public Domain

 

Special Thanks  to:

Rowena Cross-Najafi
Larry King
Jackie Thompson
Denny Godsey
Dwight Kimmel
John Cob
Kenny Thompson
Kenny Spoonmore
The Lawrence County History Museum
Troop 343

The Unicorn Husbandry Book.

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Blog Published on 09 March 2014 Hits: 125

A current Magenta Monkey Studios Original Work in Progress.

Sometimes as an artist you have to go back to software you haven't used in a while and refresh yourself.. and what better way is their to that then by writing your first help book? 

 

The unicorn husbandry book is born out of the love for breeding and raising the domestic dairy unicorn.

 

Read a sample here!

A local unicorn farm was kind enough to let us follow their journey thru the year so we could document the standard care and husbandry of the Dairy Unicorn. This book is a work in Progress and will be available to the public upon completion. It features full color pictures of Dairy unicorns, a complete history of their domestication and a guide for the  care and cures of Unicorn specific ailments.

Excerpt: 

"he first unicorns were domesticated  between 1470 AD and 1480AD in northern Europe.  Wild unicorn could be caught by laying a trap by placing a young maiden  or  virgin princess in a forest clearing , where she would entice the beast to her with a harp or flute. Unicorns are shy but curious creatures would after a time enter the clearing to more closely examine this new sound and eventually come to lay their heads on the maidens lap.  Once the animal was in the clearing hunters would toss nets of Spun Gold thread and spider silk over the creature to capture it. "

 

 

The Unicorn Book will  not only  be a fun read but  it's a work of art.  Who doesn't enjoy seeing frolicking baby unicorns and learning about the struggles and everyday life on a unicorn dairy. This book will break down what it's like to be a unicorn farmer and prepare you to start your own unicorn farm.

 

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