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Most of us are filmmaker but I'm sure some of you are also photographers, painters, drawers, musicians etc. Share here with all of us your talent by posting links of your art.

I'm starting here with my new Flickr, I upload it almost everyday. I'd like to become a professional photographer soon, I might be on a good way!

http://www.flickr.com/photos/johnhardd

I'm also into drawing and painting.. But I'll share later!

Enjoy!

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Fri May 27, 2011 6:46 pm
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Wow! Those are some really good pictures, John!

I like to build maps for Counter-Strike: Source myself, and can proudly say that I've made the best Metal Gear Solid dock map.

http://www.gamebanana.com/maps/69021

Here are a few others I've made:

http://www.gamebanana.com/members/submissions/maps/106075


Fri May 27, 2011 9:43 pm
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Hehe thank you Chris! I also used to spend nights building maps for Time Splitters 3 :D My friends an I actually spent more time making them than playing them! We were so bored of our own maps after hours in the making that we usually didn't really use them..

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Fri May 27, 2011 10:15 pm
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That IS the dock from Metal gear!.........cool


Sat May 28, 2011 12:21 am
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Cool idea.
I really like the Sunny Beach photo, John, it'd make a great giant print!
And Catworld, Mr. Frank, hahah.
I think all our other creative interests influence our filmmaking and action style.

I used to dabble in still photography. I never took to it well, but it was a great introduction for cinematography.
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And I used to produce dance music and DJ. I still do special (usually old skool) theme nights once in a while.


Right before I stopped DJ'ing I made this 3 table set of 90-95 jungle/breakbeat hardcore for posterity's sake. When the last record store in Raleigh closed down and the owner left NC, he gave me a lot of his old skool gems so I made this:
http://soundcloud.com/micah_moore/live-on-17-tables

My peak DJ'ing moment was this House/Breaks set on 2x 1200's and 2x CDJ's a couple months before I retired.
http://soundcloud.com/micah_moore/whippin-it-out

And, inspired by a cute young raver girl pal a year or so ago, I started a 3-volume respective on epic trance from the late nineties, but my skills aren't what they used to be. ;o(
http://soundcloud.com/micah_moore/an-ep ... xing-vol-1


Wed Jun 01, 2011 6:16 pm
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For the past two years I have been working on a documentary film called "Shoreham". The film focuses on the Shoreham Nuclear Power Plant where I live on Long Island, New York. The film then uses that subject to address subjects such as nuclear power and domestic energy policy in general. I intend to have the film finished and available to view for free on YouTube July 26:



I believe that with this film gives me the best opportunity of advancing my career. From there I will be able to produce a short film I have been working on since I graduated college. I intend to adapt the script into a graphic novel and then adapt the film into a short. The story revolves around one dance sequence and one fight sequence. I hope that I'd be able to get the stunt people to help out with the latter:



And in between those two projects I have been working on a fan-edit of "The Matrix Reloaded" and "Revolutions", which I refer to as "The Matrix Remixed". There is an entire community of people online who re-edit movies either to improve them or approach them from a different angle. For me I intend to do a little of both. I hope to fix some of the serious pacing issues that many people had with the films, and re-incorporate video that was relavent to the story. I hope to end with two movies around 90 minutes in length. Recently finished Reloaded and the final run-time came to 105 (including the credits and added footage). Quite different from the original film's 138 minute run-time:



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