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King was born in Uganda and raised as a Canadian. He studied and graduated the animation program at sheridan college and furthered his knowledge into game and 3D artistry.


Red Snow Story Sketches

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I found some time to do some story inspired digital sketches...they worked.
I've been focusing on Henry (the catcher) for the past little while, it's in him that I find the potential to really hit the allegory on the head.

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Separating hero and protagonist is something I fist noticed in DC's Kingdomcome and ever since then it's been my favorite approach to epic story telling.
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Sam Amanfi at: November 17, 2009 at 12:27 a.m. said...

love these...i'm assuming u've already done ur lieca.

King M. Mugabi at: November 18, 2009 at 5:25 p.m. said...

it'll never be done, but it's getting there yes.

Carla Veldman at: December 17, 2009 at 12:27 a.m. said...

hey King, saw your leica again today with the narration involved; I think it's pretty top-notch and takes an interesting philosophical approach rarely seen in Sheridan films. I don't understand all of it, to be entirely honest, but I don't think that's such a bad thing because it makes me want to watch it again. I like films like that; where not everything is cut and dried and spelled out for the audience, because it means it's going to linger around in their brains for awhile.
Anyways. Nice stuff; I look forward to seeing it again.

King M. Mugabi at: December 18, 2009 at 6:36 p.m. said...

Thanks Carla, I appreciate you're thoughts and honesty. I however, am in the process of making things a little more clear for the audience and having my actors communicate more story via acting.

I'm also glad you want to see it again. what's the going rate these days $12.50?

thanks again.


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