Whether in school or work, we’ve all sat through countless presentations – some quite engaging, but others – pretty painful. Chances are, some of those were painful because of how the data was presented – in massive tables and hard-to-read graphs that lacked a compelling story. Many presenters believe that “the numbers speak for themselves” and that the audience will automatically follow the speaker’s logic.
But this assumption is dangerous and does a huge disservice to data, massively hindering its potential.
DarkestGoth Magazine launches indie animated podcast, “The Silas and Ami Show” featuring animation from CrazyTalk. In celebrating the debut of their show, we caught up with the show’s creators to talk about the production and how they liked working with CrazyTalk. [NSFW]
Don’t miss the fun with this DarkestGoth Original Series that’s being called a “cross between cult animation from Monty Python and Mike Judge and radio talk shows like Howard Stern and Love Lines!”
“When it came time for us to create our first original series at DarkestGoth Magazine–The Silas & Ami Show (www.facebook.com/silasandami)–we had the opportunity to meet and work with two very talented improv comic actors who had a unique problem: they worked in careers that are highly critical of the type of humor they excel at. Because of this, an animated format was the only viable solution to protect their anonymity, while permitting them the license to comment on the world around them without being censored.
The SFO duo that brought you Post Grad the Video Game to Comedy Central’s Kroll Show now feature their work in E V Kain’s Yes No Maybe video. Get more info about PixelEyesProductions Nice work on the iClone arcade!
PixelEyes: Post Grad is the video game that allows you to play out life after graduation.