Oneandahalfbastards Stingy Ass Studios

When you can't afford something, just do it yourself.

The shop. Making a stop motion movie full of tiny things takes a lot more space than I expected! At least I have room to tinker.

Just got back from Japan. This pic was taken at Super Potato in Akihabra, Tokyo. 4 stories of classic video games and systems with every system you can imagine, all at very reasonable prices. Picked up a PC Engine system for about $35. If you ever travel to Japan, go here!

Just got back from Japan. This pic was taken at Super Potato in Akihabra, Tokyo. 4 stories of classic video games and systems with every system you can imagine, all at very reasonable prices. Picked up a PC Engine system for about $35. If you ever travel to Japan, go here!

"New" Gameboy® case!

"New" Gameboy® case!

"New" Gameboy® case!

"New" Gameboy® case!

This is the life….

This is the life….

The cave….this is just the control room. The main tracking part of the basement has way more spiders!

The cave….this is just the control room. The main tracking part of the basement has way more spiders!

ladymoriartea asked: What are you using your raspberry pi in the super cool case for? (I'm looking for ideas for what to do with my own and I keep drawing a blank.)

I am using my pi as a media center.  I have an external hard drive connected to one of the USB ports full of movies, TV shows, and music.  One of my future projects is to house the hard drive inside an old book so that the computer can sit on top of it.  You can also plug in thumb drives full of music or films/shows and watch them.  The software is called Raspbmc, a rapberry pi version of the Xbox media center operating system.  You will find it readily available if you Google raspbmc (its shareware). 

     There is also a conventional version of Linux you can run on the pi called RASPBIAN WEEZY. It has a basic desktop operating system, so you can get most of the normal Linux applications.  Thanks for the question!

Poop Attack

—The Mile

Here is the trailer for a stop motion film i have been working on. Tokyo native, Mari Ichimasu, is writing/directing/animating. Brody Davis is director of photography. I (Tony Fantozzi) wrote, played and recorded the music.  Brianna Larson is Producing.  We have 5 days left to reach our goal on kickstarter.  Take a look and let me know what you think. Enjoy!

http://www.sanpomichifilm.com/

Sanpomichi on Kickstarter.com