This video is from the acoustic performance of my friend Katie DiCicco. She is amazingly talented. See more of her at: www.myspace.com/katiedicicco Make sure to check out more of my videos at my YouTube page.
The great guys at Disorganization XIII have given me a thank on their website from the video I shot for them at Mokucon. The video is also right here: And the testimonial is here (with some language spoiled out, if you want to see the words just hover over it): the worst spoiler evar!!! Get
Hello readers. Another series of being busy with events and making things. There will be more updates which include various videos that I have shot at events. Some of these videos are currently online at my YouTube channel, http://www.youtube.com/user/outlawlb, which now also has a link in my navigation which has been restyled.
After a very busy series of events which have included the Orphans International Worldwide (OIWW) presents “The First Annual Anime and Manga Fundraiser” http://www.mediumatlarge.net/2008/09/what-to-do-this-saturday-anime.html for the description, for the poster, for photos from Jim Luce the founder and CEO of Orphans International, and photos from The Big Tog http://www.flickr.com/photos/thebigtog Created with Admarket’s flickrSLiDR. And finally
Here is the Anime Clue Video from I-CON 2008. And here is the URL: http://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p=2521A3F746CA9C3C for YouTube. This too has the same five minutes per video splitting as the JapanAmerica video.
Thanks to Cyberleader2002 of YouTube. The Transformers Zone fandub project which I was Trypticon for is on YouTube. See Part 1: And Part 2: Unfortunately he took out the credits of all the people who put in a lot of hard work into this (and we did this back in 2004 when it was not
This is video that I shot on the day of the JapanAmerica Signing in Books Kinokuniya on Avenue of the Americas. Here is the video on YouTube: Video from JapanAmerica Signing Posted in March 13th, 2008 by Lawrence in Video This is video that I shot on the day of the JapanAmerica Signing in Books