Originally I thought of it as a children's book (and still do. I've been "working" on the illustrations for a while now). Of course, making a video and creating slime were adventures that I didn't have the access to as a youth. Video cameras were massively expensive, looking up slime recipes was rare, and even if I did make a video....who would I have distributed it to?
Family...friends...no way of actually going viral.
But now, with todays technology I was finally able to produce something that looks like would have been made way back in the 90's....so I am very sorry.
On the plus side, I got to play around with a little editing programs (also not available to me back in MY DAY!), some sound, some end credits that in the old days would have been done with a Mario Paint game for the SNES and a VCR, all in roughly an hour.
Not bad, eh?
If young Judas had access to these pieces of movie making magic, truly you would have seen films worthy of Ed Wood.
Sit back, relax, and laugh at an old mans attempt to bring his teenage years to fruition.