It’s Throwback Thursday! Back in college, I checked out the Medieval Combat Club at Illinois State University. It was a lot of fun, and a lot of the people we interviewed were really into it. Lots of foam arrows, shields, swords, spears, etc. According to the rules, if you get hit in the leg […]
Try out ‘Coad Cola!’ It’s new, and it’s delicious! Just kidding. I did some experimenting with Element 3D, a plug-in for After Effects. It’s a 3D Object Based Particle Engine. It’s good for quick renders of animations, and importing models made in C4D, ProAnimator, Blender, etc. I recreated the logo on a preexisting ‘ […]
When I was a lot younger, probably in middle school or before, my family and I would create our own home videos together. This is one of them. My brother, Andrew Coad, was the main person behind creating this video, but I helped him out with it a little. We dubbed the music in […]
We took a trip to Michigan in the summer of 2012. Here are a few highlights I shot with my Kodak Flip Cam. We toured the Upper Peninsula, Mackinac Island, the Oswald Bear Ranch, and Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore. Photo taken by Ashleigh Parry.
I took a trip to visit the Central Illinois Woodturners in Peoria, IL. They showed me the ropes and let me carve my own bowl. I interviewed a mentor and student of the organization. Check out centralillinoiswoodturners.com for more!
This is a behind-the-scenes look at a Gamma Phi Circus practice at Illinois State University in Normal, Il. We interviewed several different acts on what it means to them to be part of this organization. Check out gammaphicircus.illinoisstate.edu for more!
Create your very own Jon Snow from the HBO Series, Game of Thrones. All you need is Scuply Clay, black felt, and black fur, sculpting tools, and a hot glue gun from your local craft store. Also, a set of sculpting tools wouldn’t hurt either. But if you don’t have those; scissors, […]
Posted on September 25, 2012
My sister and family were a part of the Color Run in Racine, Wisconsin. It was a blast, during the run there were four separate color stations. Then, the run was followed by a concert. I captured some highlights on my flip cam. Check out thecolorrun.com for more!