Loved this audio blog, specially the nostalgia about the 80's. I have a question that I don't know if it has been asked, have you ever had an artistic block ? and how do you overcome it ?
Thank you for these wonderful audio blogs! Reminiscing about the early 80s, and describing your first passions and enthusiasm about Distortions and fx, and how those magical, innocent days slowly go away...hit me in the chest! Such a moving and relatable story. Thank you for sharing! I always look forward to your blog and all of the great work you do.
Great blog as always!! These really inspire me to sculpt and get into a creative mindset. I also have a question; How did you meet Jeff Keim of Death Studios, and how did you get the opportunity to work with him? Did any of his early creations inspire you? I'd love to know, since Death Studios is to me, like Distortions was to you when you where my age. Thank you!!!
Oh, and I also wanted to ask if there's any chance that you and Jeff Keim will get back together, and have you sculpt for him. That would be a dream come true!!!!!!!
I love you Jordu !! I DO remember our kissing scene!!!
I enjoyed listening to the whole blog
You are one crazy dude, I love it always look forward to your blogs you crack me up!!! the scary thing is I totally understand your humor must be a Schell thing ;) I was thinking of a cool mask a Marilyn Monroe sort of zombie thing humm what do ya think Jordu??
Jordu, that was awesome! Thank you for reliving the horrors of the infamous Carter Sexton experience for our listening pleasure. It translated beautifully and horrifically hilarious in the spoken word. And my potentially useless knowledge of movie scores is comparable to a Damien-like level? Awesome! Y'know, I look forward to these blogs so much and reserve listening to them during my Monday night's drive home from teaching at a makeup school here in L.A. And your stories of 80's nostalgia - god, it makes me ache for those days again. Anyway, another great blog! Keep 'em coming!
I think it would be super cool way groovy fun to get stoned with you, Jordu.. On a side note, I'd give my left nut for the complete series of Making Monsters on DVD.
Jordu, you mentioned you didn't like most of the films you've worked on over the years. Do you regret spending so much time working in this movie effects world? Would you have rather spent all that time working on your own art or was all that time working on the movies what made your work what it is today?
I never get sick of hearing that Ruth story...I love love this audio blog and please more old Distortions stories!