Doug Lefler

Monthly Archives: March 2015

Carried Away

March 24, 2015

In my early efforts at filmmaking I starred in my own projects. This was done out of necessity as I was the only person I knew would show up every day. When I got into High School and gathered a more reliable group of friends (many of whom were in theater) my respect for the

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Dangerous Days

March 16, 2015

It is a well documented fact that during the dieselpunk version of WWII many cyclist were run off the road by military walkers.

Resist the Machines!

March 11, 2015

It is 1943. The iron feet of military walkers trample the French countryside. Only a few are brave enough to defy them. But can anyone resist the machines? “Resistance” is now available on scrollon.com and on the Scrollon App!  

Rest in Peace – Leonard Nemoy

March 4, 2015

When Star Trek premiered in the Fall of 1966, I was too young to stay up past 9pm. But if I slipped out of bed and positioned myself discretely at the top of the stairs I had an oblique angle on our color TV set. I couldn’t see much of the action (without leaning dangerously

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Back to The Curious Saga of No-One

March 2, 2015

The Curious Saga of No-One was the first story I did in the Scrollon format. I haven’t created new art for it in a while.  This promotional image was one of the constructive distractions I use to avoid other work. Now it’s back to the Hollow World. The complete episodic version of No-One is currently

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