At this point, I started to make free-flowing frame-by-frame animations in Macromedia Flash. Previously, I had some design experience with Flash (and Actionscript)T to build websites.
I paired up with Soul-Junk and created some playful videos. The creations were extremely organic and not sure where they would end up. I was able to use a Wacom tablet connected to an HP computer tower.
The animations were tedious, so I layered and looped parts.
During late 2006 and early 2007, I decided to make a few videos based on my drawing process for sketchbook illustrations. Editing them in Windows Movie Maker, the little movies were sped up and layered. Plus, I added a sound clip from my collection of assorted tracks.
I would film a 30-minute drawing and shrink it down to less than 3 minutes. Hard to recall the production process, but there was likely my old red sketchbook, a camera, some cables, and a cobbled-together overhead rigging.
At the time, I was interested in drawing without a plan or intention. I would allow the moment and tool to describe what needed to happen. Basically, everything was abstract, but I was creating universes and creatures in my mind.