Sunday, July 5, 2009

Introductions are always awkward...

Okay! So, now that my site's officially set, I'm expecting (more like hoping) that a few people will start to visit this blog a bit more, especially after I start dishing out business cards at San Diego Comic Con coming up in another few weeks.

So if you're new to these parts and have NO clue as to who I am, I'm Chris Niosi! I got by "Kirbopher" and occasionally "NEO-C" online and have been doing amateur animation work over the past 4 to 5 years. I'm just about to reach my 3rd year at the School of Visual Arts in New York City, I'm currently working for educational computer progam company EduWare as a general master of all things Flash animation for their various games and tours, as well as coloring frames of animation for an upcoming independant film by SVA Alumni, Rob Kohr. Outside of that, several cartoons I've created, directed or been involved with have made a decent killing around sites as Newgrounds, which are often gracious enough to sponsor my work. Some of my stuff's been seen across places such as DeviantArt, Fireball20xl and sometimes even 'ol YouTube.

A few of the more well-known toons I've done include the ongoing Go! Go! Parody Rangers, a spoof of the classic Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers franchise and Rawest Forest, a music video in tribute to the game Super Mario RPG. I was also in charge of production on an extremely popular collaboration called $00pah NiN10Doh!, a collection of short spoofs on various Nintendo games animated by myself and a number of talented animator friends of mine. More recently I've begun to focus attention on original projects for school and otherwise, of which I mainly post on my NEO-C gallery on Newgrounds. My latest would be my 2nd Year final project, a 2-minute film called "There Was This One Time".

I'm continuing to work on various side projects and am continuing to study animation in work and school. I'll be using this blog more from here on out, so be sure to check back often! There'll probably be stuff on my NG-Blog as well.

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