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It was another productive day today though I spent it on another project that had to get worked on this red hot second. I think all of them are done for the time being and I can get back to work on the Lola animation.

I had to get a DVD made of the Cinderella puppet show. Taking the video footage off one of the other puppeteer's camera and getting all the other clips I had in order took a while as did figuring out some of the ins and outs of iMovie and iDVD. I had to create a little bit of content which was fun.

The whole thing wound up being a little under 2 hours...so making everything and then BURNING it took a goodly while. While it was going I didn't dare open Animate...I was afraid of horking my computer with two robust programs and I didn't want to start the DVD burn all over again.

One of the last days of performance me and Texas (another puppeteer) went backstage, grabbed a few of the puppets and acted out scenes to her Into the Woods soundtrack. Fortunately Lisa captured a lot of them and I put them on the DVD as well.

I made some little cartoon slides for the Into the Woods clips on the DVD. Here's the one I made for "Agony." It was about a 20 minute doodle.


In other news...my right eye has been twitching the last few days. It's increasingly annoying. I also had a hive breakout last night...and I know it wasn't anything wheat or sugar related that set it off. I think I need to find an extremely mild laundry detergent as well. Any suggestions are more than welcome!



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Feb. 6th, 2009 10:39 am (UTC)
Arm and Hammer detergent, unscented. I had extremely sensitive skin as a little kid and that never caused breakouts. It's still the only one I use.
Feb. 23rd, 2009 07:05 pm (UTC)
Second on this. It's workeed for my wife Cathy after unfortunate run-ins with Tide© many years ago [even I got a little itchy.
Feb. 6th, 2009 02:41 pm (UTC)
You might try Method laundry soap, or All Water Lily. I've had good luck with those.

Alternately, think about Seventh Generation Natural, or even soap nuts.
Feb. 6th, 2009 03:53 pm (UTC)
Yes, I was just gonna say, Seventh Generation unscented. I have really sensitive skin (especially in the wintertime) and it's great.

Really, any unscented, dye-free detergent will do the trick. And don't forget to get rid of your dryer sheets, those can cause even more problems than detergent and really aren't necessary.
Feb. 6th, 2009 03:19 pm (UTC)
I'd recommend the Indigo Wild unscented laundry soap (or even scented, but I don't know if the scent is a problem for you). It's very skin friendly.


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