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Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Where the wild things should go

by Alvin



Sometimes I wish... I had an alter ego; an altruistic, messiah complexed, vigilant, dark knight of a double life, whom I can feed all my frustrations & aches too. Fueling a "beast" bent not on malice or sociopathic tendencies, but controlled by my own ideals & morals to right wrongs & uphold what is just.

It's not for an egoistic sense of heroism or an opportunity for an adrenaline high, merely an escape, an escape to let loose all this raw emotion accumulated through failure, insecurity, heartache, disappointment and a distaste for those who harm, abuse, bully, kill, take & prey. A time to release rage & intimidation confidently from behind a mask and visage, frightening the crooked, disabling the perverted & breaking the unlawful.

Using all the things that hit an emotional person hard to good use. Because the normal thing to do would be to volunteer at a soup kitchen, confess to a priest, sponsor a child or even learn to forgive... but "helping"; whilst a damn, great solution, can lend itself to the usefulness of punishment.

What's wrong in instilling fear and discomfort to those who prey on the lambs of our society.

Psycho much?!

Not at all, I'm just lawfully evil and chatoically neutral. Filled and fed up with "issues"; needing a way to vent where it will do its best for those who deserve, as well as its worse to those who do deserve it.

A secret identity that may one day be revealed to those I care about, not to receive shame or worry... but hopefully acceptance & a small, convoluted sense of admiration.




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Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Writing From Heartbreak

By David



Heartbreak has always been a major catalyst for my creative writing.

You look at a year and you find a galaxy of heartbreak. The heartbreak can come from a movie or a book or a tune, it can come from one of my crying or swearing friends, it can come from me. Wherever the hell the heartbreak comes from, it always finds its way into the things I write.







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Sunday, September 27, 2009

The Journey on Fours

by Alvin


The dust storms that David posted about gave that day an "orange" hue that reminded me of sepia, which in turn made me nostalgic - so the whole day felt like I was living a past memory.

So today it's a treat back to memory lane with some old animatic like video I made a couple of years ago; or "cinematic comics" as I've called this particular style of video making.

This particular vid is called "The Journey on Fours"; an assignment that centered on creating a socially response-able artwork that would be showcased at a gallery night with the trimmed red carpet treatment. So I chose the theme of "refugees" & all the sub-themes that came with it & made a story about a caravan of animals journeying to a better place; drawing for pretty much 6 or so days straight & editing it all in 1 day - it was quite the challenge that paid off.

I won a small class award for this piece & got a pleasing number of acclaim for it, so as an artist I was very proud of this little engine that could.

The vid is about 20 minutes long & for the sake of youtube, I had to divide the video in half for viewing.



part one


part two


If you'd like to see it on youtube just head over here for the first half, remembering to leave room for dessert as you follow through with the last & second remainder.

All contents © copyright 2009 by Alvin Levi Dayan






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Saturday, September 26, 2009

Spider Man Musical is a web slinging go

by Alvin





What?! when... where!?

For those who came in late, this is no joke. If you loved reading about his amazing exploits between pages of ink and paper & thrilled at his spectacular agility on the boob tube and silver screen. Prepare for the next sensation: Spider Man the musical aka Spider Man: turn off the dark, a one of a kind number that will grace the glitz and glamor of Broadway and definitely pique the curiosity of fanboy/girl & comic aficionado alike.

But for those who weren't late to the party, earlier reports of the $40+ million (the most expensive production to date) musical hanging dry financially have been positively turned around with word that the productionl is now a swinging full steam ahead.


Equally confirmed by actor Alan Cummings, who will play Spidey's bane The Green Goblin. The musical will star "Across The Universe" alumni Jim Sturgess & Evan Rachel Wood as the web slinger Spider Man/Peter Parker & Mary Jane Watson respectively.



And if you didn't think it get's any better than that or musicals just mean boring & laud. Spidey will be belting it to the lyrics & tunes of U2's Bono and The Edge, who are exclusive writers and music scribes to the Marvel broadway production.

Spider-sense a tingling?! Something sure is.





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Friday, September 25, 2009

Music and Pill Popping: Valley Clubbing, Parklife, and the Sounds of Spring








Two major music events are happening in Brisbane tomorrow: Parklife, and Sounds of Spring. Will there be a huge line-up of killer music? Yes. Will there be freaky assed hoes? Sure thing. Will there be ludicrous amounts of pill popping? Of course not. Drugs are bad for you.


I'll finish off with a song by The Beatles, called Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds.







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A Korean Hairdresser Has Changed my Life

By David



You haven’t really lived life if you’ve never been to a Korean hairdresser. If you’re Asian Australian, then you’ve probably had your hair done in a Korean hairdresser several times over.
Alvin and I caught up the other day and had our haircuts in a place called “Colour Rain,” in Sunnybank. Here are some photos:









Like a lot of Korean hairdressers I’ve seen in Brisbane, this was the process: they sat us down and showed us a magazine full of photos of (maybe) Korean guys with stylish haircuts. They then asked us to choose the corresponding style we wanted. They then cut our hair. They then asked us if we wanted to put wax on our hair, which in this case was Gatsby.

In the background was a large flat screen television playing a pop singer's music DVD. I think one of the videos they played was this one, by BoA.






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Wednesday, September 23, 2009

The Dark Knight sequel rumors: Validated!

by Alvin

"Success: the third" is spelt B-A-T-M-A-N-3

The much anticipated sequel to Nolan's The Dark Knight has been appearing in rumor'ville since the end of last year, with supposed casting leaks & proposed titles sneaking into movie and comic book gossip sites.

But one thing that remains fact that die-hard fans have been absent minded to, is that the project currently has no confirmed screenplay completed nor director formally announced. Meaning that any word on who's cast as who is completely fabricated, for no script = no confirmed characters = no actors to audition for specifically.




The relevance of this post merely serves as a reminder of that truth. But wouldn't it be grand if what's been chinese whispered comes close to or has a chance to influence the final say in the next Batman film.

I for one can't wait to see Johnny Depp perform as the Riddler; taking what is pretty much one of the "under dog" characters in Batsy's rogues gallery, and transforming him into a collected, criminal, masterminding genius on par or even exceeding Heath's Joker - but with less anarchy and maniacal unhinged'ness. Depp would easily instill an intimindating demeanor and deepness to the usually light-hearted Edward Nygma, erasing Carrey's lasting impression of him from the vaults of our psyche.

Philip Seymour Hoffman has been another rumour, this time tagged to play the aristocratic Penguin. Not one of my favourite villains to be frank, but I grew to embrace his potential after seeing Devito's surprising rendition to a T! An 'A-Class' actor such as Hoffman could no doubt bring charisma & an aura of 'the sinister' to the pint-sized, snoutly challenged criminal. Removing any sense of "freak" from our minds and replacing it with a respect for the character's seriousness.

Other tid bits have recently surfaced that would make me two very happy little boys if they were true; Oh God of Cinema please let them be tru'est!

It's good to know that these rumors; obviously created by the public at large, really indicate to me the path and sophistication the viewing connoisseurs want for future comic adapted movies. ie an actual "plot" in the script & REAL movie directors on the helm, taking something completely fantastic and fun & turning it into something to be taken seriously. As well as putting respected and talented actors on the reigns of characters that although started out as a drawing wearing spandex; are deep and moving individuals with 3-Dimensional personalities.

Now the only thing I'm having grips with is the title they'll dare choose... so far I'm liking Gotham City... but I know they can do better than that.

Maybe they should just call it "Gotham".




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Dust and Dust and Dust and Storm and Storm and Storm

By David



There's a sexy little dust storm blanketing our lives here in Brisbane, Queensland, at the moment. I first heard about it in the morning, on the news, when they said that Sydney was covered in red. I laughed a little but then looked outside my window. It pretty much looked like this:







I went outside to go for a swim. I lasted about five minutes. It went in my eyes. I'd never panicked so much in my life.


Anyway I'm now stuck at home with all the windows closed, trying to finish another novel. Yum.


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What communication can miss

by Alvin

So it's late. Nocturnal habits die hard and the vodka & tonic in my hand hits harder... just joking, it's a martini.

This morning I glanced over my shoulder at the TV and caught the remnants of Puma & Adidas' peace-offering soccer match on the newscast. I never knew the history between the two footwear giants, and was in awe at how much the two rival companies were related. Imagine two brothers bound in business together and a mysterious Shakespearean feud between them that would stand the testament of 60+ years. Splitting their joint success into separate, splintered potentials that would grow (while fed on spite no doubt) into behemoths of the industry. Who knew the spirit of competition their brand imbued literally derived from an actual fierce & tenacious "bad blood" between their original founders; one strong enough to divide the citizens of an actual city in prejudice.

A new kind of discrimination? Over something that nobody has the slightest clue about; insane! asinine!! but definitely sounds familiar.

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So it's late and I think about how miscommunication when left "unchecked at the door" can turn into something out of control; a permanent status quo.

If its over nothing why make a big deal about it right? It's easy to make an example of the fine tuning our evolutionary species has to endure to get "community" & " sociality" right, but for those who believe that "we" aren't the center of the universe:

Can the effects of miscommunication extend to Mankind the follower and God the creator?

That the messages swapped between each other can get blurred as it hits home to us, where an impulse to act or decide doesn't necessarily mean an indication from the Most High, but can confusingly be dually defined as being such. Placing faith in a particular series of events on a logical or heart felt whim, only to realise moments into the future that the outcome didn't follow through desiringly. Believing in "His" time when out of experience & pressure the time is now when we need it most.

It's the early morning already & I wonder how much communication do we take for granted naively without applying our other greatest gift: our ability to discern. Then I ponder about how much of that is really only our fault...

It's past midnight & no matter how much I've mistaken I know there'll be a chance to get it right.

I should sleep now.





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Tuesday, September 22, 2009

David's Guide to Being Poor






By David


If you're like me, then you're probably poor. If you like to go out with your friends but are a little pissed off that they always have more money than you, then this post will definitely sort of help you out in a way (maybe).

I call it:
David's Guide to Being Poor, or David's Guide to Being Cheap. With this guide you can be an underpaid bastard and still (possibly) probably look sort of okay to your friends on some days.


This is what you have to do:



  • Get into telemarketing or pyramid schemes.
  • Gamble your money and double, even triple it. I DO NOT RECOMMEND GAMBLING YOUR MONEY AND DOUBLING, EVEN TRIPLING IT.

  • If you can’t afford the Internet, go to the nearest Apple store. The one in Sydney has free Internet.

  • To watch free movies, watch free streaming movies online or download torrents. In Brisbane, the cheapest cinemas I’ve found are the Southbank Cineplex cinemas, which sell student tickets for around six dollars, and adults around eight. If you're a UQ student, the cinemas at Indooroopilly can be cheap, but if you're an adult, tickets will cost you around sixteen dollars, which is shit. Similarly, every good video store has cheap rentals every Tuesday.

  • If you’re on a first date, and you’re embarrassed about the fact that you can only afford McDonald’s (happy meals at that), don’t be. Make it look romantic. Buy him/her McDonald’s drive-through, and then drive somewhere with a good scene like Mt.Coot-tha or near the Brisbane River like Kangaroo Point, where the two of you can sit, talk about life, eat your happy meals, and look at romantic scenery. And then, after your meal and after absorbing the good view and after a bit of cuddling, the two of you can go to the back seat and have thirty seconds of fun, and then a lifetime of regret, shame and disappointment.
  • If you can’t afford a car, prepare a home cooked meal.

  • If you can’t even afford a home cooked meal, invite your date out with your friends to a fancy cafĂ© somewhere. And then talk to one of your friends in private and then do the ‘Oh I left my wallet at home’ trick, and then follow it up with, 'Can you pay for my date too?'

  • Instead of buying McDonald's meals, buy the burger and the chips, and then ask for a cup of water. It's cheaper that way. For the price of a happy meal, you can also buy a medium cheeseburger meal.
  • If you want to say a lot of things in your text messages but are too cheap to send two messages in a row, compress all your words together and don't use spaces. So it looks like this: CompressOlUrWrds2gethrNDntUseSpaces.
  • Make a lot of friends. Friends can really come in handy.

  • Don't buy new underwear. It's not like people can see them anyway, so just keep the same pair.

  • Prank call your friends. If they know your trick, keep prank calling them until they give up and call you back.

  • Can’t afford deodorant? Simple. In between your lectures, just go to the bathroom, wash your armpits with free soap, dry it under the free dryer, and you’re fresh and clean again (if you have a container with you, fill it up with the free soap so you can use it at home).

  • Can’t afford toilet paper? Use the free napkins from McDonald’s.

  • Can’t afford writing paper? Use the free napkins from McDonald’s.
  • Want good deals at McDonald's? Work at McDonald's.

  • Can’t afford a pen? Keep looking around the ground. There’s bound to be a free pen somewhere. Or ask your friends if you can borrow one, and then keep it forever.

  • Can’t afford education? Just rock up to any lecture hall and attend the lectures. No one will notice you don’t belong there. Unless you look nuts.

  • Can’t afford getting drunk? Buy cask wine (or ‘goon’) or one of those cheap champagne bottles for ten dollars or less. Goon will last you a long time, so what you do is you have a few mugs of it before you go out. If you’re a girl in a bar or club, you can usually score free drinks off desperate guys. Be careful about being slipped a roofie, though, unless that's the sort of thing you're into.
  • Subscribe to the Borders mailing list (for Australians). They send out good discounts once in a while. Sometimes you can score 30-50% off book vouchers.
  • If you want an even cheaper way to score alcohol, go to a petrol station. In Brisbane you can find petrol for around a dollar something per Litre. That's really cheap. So make sure you keep an empty cup or esky in your car whenever you're about to go clubbing. You can either drink or sniff the petrol. IT IS NOT SAFE TO DRINK OR SNIFF PETROL. I DO NOT RECOMMEND DRINKING OR SNIFFING PETROL.

  • Sleep in your university campus to save on electricity bills- use their lights and computers and microwaves. If you get kicked out, sleep at your friends’ houses, and then take their toilet paper, and then try to sell that toilet paper.

  • Most importantly, if you want money, never, ever consider becoming a writer.


If you have any more suggestions or proven techniques, please feel free to add some more.


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Monday, September 21, 2009

Through the looking glass of Frank Uyttenhove

by Alvin








creative, clever & imaginative, I wish my photography & photomanipulation skills were up to his notch.

google him, or check out his .com for more photos... or where I first found a whole bunch of his stuff here.

*some images contain mature content.





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Be deviant, be art

by Alvin

I've been drawing since I was a wee bub; the earliest picture I remember doodling was a lineup of rectangular & boxy shapes that resembled the entire cast of Transformers: G1, which I would happily re-draw and update as new Autobots appeared on the TV show.

Those were great applications of my artistic potential, and now a great deal has changed, improved and "lost" as my ability evolved. I'm not the best there is at what I do, but then again what I do has just as many "geniuses" as the mathematics field has superhuman brains that I'd be a "poobumface" to not be humble.

David put up the link in our link section earlier but I'd like to just take the time to formally plug my attempt at wearing my artistic heart on my sleeve.



If graphical links are your thing, click on the pic above to zoot right to there; don't be ashamed if you are, I'm sure there's someone out there that loves you just a little bit for being that deranged.

I'm still quite the "struggling artist", but if you are tantalized by comic-like art or are a fan of what little things I seem to do right - check it out and let me know your impressions. My vampiric tendencies feed off your opinions, so I'd greatly appreciate it.


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Sunday, September 20, 2009

Love and Poetry

By David


Throughout the past few weeks I’ve been attending various heats for the Australian Poetry Slam.

I love it. You’d think a poetry slam would be about geeks reciting Shakespeare, but it’s nothing of the sort: the heats are vibrant with hip-hoppers, eccentrics, mad men, mad women, bogans, skaters, political activists, brokenhearted teens, hippies – it’s crammed with all sorts of people.

Each winner of each heat wins money and enters the state finals. The winner of the state finals will then compete with the winners of all the other states in the Sydney Opera House, for the chance to win five thousand dollars.

My favourite part about the slam is the host, Ghostboy. He’s one crazy bastard. To find out why, come and attend the finals with me.


(Photo taken from here)


You have to have something a little bit wrong with you to write poetry. This girl I used to fool around with used to cut herself and cry and write poetry nonstop. One day she found happiness, one day the poetry stopped.


Where does art come from? Heartbreak? Loss? Gain? A girl? A boy? Injustice? Money? Love?


I’ll finish off with a Bukowski video I found on YouTube.






More details on the slam finals can be found here.


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So that's a chocolate buffet

by Alvin

No job + barely any money = further spending & indulgence?!

Clearly in my dictionary for the vigilantly insane. Ever heard about a "Chocolate Buffet"? well David & I attended one such thing with a bunch of friends for lunch; part of some chocolate festival happening this month (props go out to Kat for setting it up).

Generally I always associate "buffets" with savory dishes or a mixture of both savory and sweet. But an "all you can eat" where rich, "diabetic enouraging" sweetness is the primary palette just scared me down to the marrow in my adamantium-laced bones, and just as equally made me respect the inventor of such a devilishly daring indulgence.

I didn't know what to expect cause i originally thought it was going to literally be gourmet chocolate from around the world, on offer to be tasted & tested. But it turned out to be somewhat better than what I anticipated, with various chocolate cakes, ice creams, candies, pastries and of course a decent chocolate fondue/chocolate fountain ready for our taste buds; the best thing about it - we could have as much as we wanted for the minimal price we paid, "Alleluia!!!"


The proof that we do lead interesting lives and don't steal other people's memories:




without further ado: the chocolate fountain fondue
(+10 points for rhyming)




the pastry fridge thing filled with eclairs, slices and tarts


Quite early we needed to have a game plan to make the most of it; it didn't seem right starting the day off with something sweet and heavy on the sugars, so I had something before hand to represent "breakfast" - so already my glass was "half full" or "half empty" (depending on your outlook in life). So pacing and not guzzling litres of water to quench the concentration of sweetness was implemented from the get go. Mind you. let me say that our table drank through pitchers of water like they were a 2-for-1 deal. I'm sure our waitress had a story to tell that evening to her pet cat and pet rock.

I didn't overdo myself this time (the only time I would ever risk exploding my gut with food is with BBQ ribs - but that's a tale for another time), only boycotting the cakes and aiming for things I could consume completely in my mouth in one gulp.
(+5 points for control and common sense)

A funny observation I made though: most of the diners were female; an obvious 90%, and our table of friends had the most ratio for guys:girls than any other in the restaurant. So for whom it may concern: chocolate buffets may be the new "pick up zones" or just a great place to take a date to without being betrayed by the dreaded "cock block".
(+10 points for saying it how it is)


Total: 25 points or life.



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Thursday, September 17, 2009

Singaporean Girls Kissing Each Other

By David



Okay if you haven't already heard, I'm going to Singapore near the end of this year. I decided to do a little research online to find out what the hell the country was all about and stumbled upon a popular blog by a girl named Xiaxue. I also stumbled upon her video series, called Xiaxue's Guide to Life, and found this:

(Note: this may not suitable for minors)





The moral of the story is that there is no moral to the story.


That's it for now. Peace out!

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Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Our first post, episode 2: the procrastinating menace

by Alvin

It didn't help that I discovered "Syndicate Wars" on PS3 shop last weekend; buying it the night after - it was under $10!!!


So what if whatever 'scribbles' I have left to do are put on hold. The travesty lies in that even my exalted "Batman: Arkham Asylum" has to share its precious "with you time" with a grand daddy of the pixelated past, but in all honesty the SUPER travesty of it all is that I'm okay with that.

You have to understand, since me and my brothers first rented & played Syndicate Wars in the bygone days of '$20 buying you a whole day of contentment - where Timezone arcades where KING!', till the day our local video store mysteriously "lost it". I was captivated by its cyberpunk, dystopian setting & plethora of upgrades, weapons (I'm a sucker for upgradeable characters & items, items! ITEMS!) and extra gameplay delights (blowing up a bank to get some extra cash - of course! Logical!)

Since then we've been trying to find it in every overpriced but glitzy computer game specialist, every dishevelled electronics aile at every department store, and thouroughly searching the far, far reaches of that sweet, sweet, buxom busom of a street performer called "The Internet"... to no avail (okay so I could've found it there without a doubt, but back then I was a wuss in downloading stuff - couldn't tell which end of a torrent was 'up' or 'down').

So finding it now after many years of playing the "next gens" that came after it was a big deal, just look at it:


*okay so that's the PC version, same difference.


And that Dave is why I haven't got the blog's banner ready yet... but at least I got our profile pic up :D ...



pssst! you're the Jerry on the left.



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Tuesday, September 15, 2009

Why learn when you can teach?

By David


Alvin and I did a lecture for a private design college on our hopefully-to-be-published, 12 episode graphic novel, Urban Monster.

I talked about how to develop a story and Alvin talked about how to develop great art. Anyway, here are some of our slides.



The first chapter of our series.






Alvin on drawing



It was a first for both of us. All in all we had a fun day teaching.

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Our first post

This is....


Our first post!



The end.

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