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'Dawgtown' on Indiegogo - December 15 2013
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Sunday, 10 November 2013 04:30

This project was first featured on AN last September. "Dawgtown" launched an ambitious Kickstarter campaign that came up short. After making some adjustments the creators have gone to how to buy cialis Indiegogo ready to give crowdfunding another shot with a reachable $10,000 goal and 2.5mg cialis a flexible funding campaign. That means that even if they come up short by the deadline of December 15 2013 the project still gets monetized. Gotta give credit where credit is due for the buy viagra without rx dedicated effort behind Dawgtown. Consider supporting Dawgtown on Indiegogo and help spread the order propecia online word about the project. Let's continue to do what we can to further develop crowdfunding as means of doing business in animation and related arts. Check out the video from the Dawgtown team...

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'Essence' on Kickstarter - December 14 2013
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Friday, 08 November 2013 20:57

What if you were a candle flame and you realized that you only had moments to live. How would you make your time count? That's the theme behind a new Kickstarter campaign in the works for an animated short entitled "Essence". The creators of the project are attempting to raise $12,000 by December 14 2013 to bring it to fruition. Check out the video below and consider supporting another worthwhile animated endeavor taking the crowdfunding path to buy generic levitra success!

Here's the link to "Essence" on Kickstarter.

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'Simpsonize' with Chance Raspberry - Nov 12 2013
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Thursday, 07 November 2013 20:25

For the past seven years Chance Raspberry has been a lead animator on The Simpsons. He's also had a successful Kickstarter campaign with his "Little Billy" project. Now he's crowdfunding through Indiegogo to further finance the project through his latest musical endeavor "Old Souls... Young Hearts". There's a unique reward that Chance is offering in connection with this campaign. Over the next five days supporters who pledge $55 can get themselves "Simpsonized". Pledge $55 US to "Old Souls... Young Hearts" and you can be the proud owner of a portrait of yourself drawn in the style of buy no prescription tramadol a Simpsons character by Chance Raspberry! Follow this link for more info. You'll also receive a copy of Chance's CD along with your Simpsonized portrait. This opportunity will be available until November 12 2013 so move fast and see what you or a friend or loved one would look like as a Simpsons character drawn by Chance Raspberry. There's also a special perk for ANers in the Memphis, Tennessee area. Check out the Forum Topic for more info as well as the video below to see what's up...

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Animation Guild - VOTE FOR DAVID GEMMILL - Nov 8 2013
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Wednesday, 06 November 2013 22:08

If you're working in the animation industry in the Los Angeles area you're most likely a member of The Animation Guild. The Guild is the only union for animation artists and it has been plagued with leadership problems for a very long time.

Guild elections occur every three years. They are currently taking place. There's an artist running for a position on the Executive Board. His name is David Gemmill.

For the past few months David has been leading a campaign to reform the buy levitra professional union. If he is voted on to the Executive Board of the Guild it will be the first time in decades that the problems within the union can be meaningfully addressed and things can take a turn towards a more positive future for the organization and http://panaceahealthsolutions.com/generic-viagra-next-day-delivery its members.

If you're in the Guild and haven't voted yet keep David Gemmill in mind when you do cast your vote. Elections wrap up this Friday, November 8 2013. Feel free to pass on discount order viagra the recommendation to http://www.tenasys.com/cialis-from-india others in the union.

Vote for David Gemmill and help bring some much needed reform to the union.

More info and follow ups at this topic on the AN Forums.

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'Marking the Distance' - StoryCorps
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Tuesday, 05 November 2013 23:48

The latest in the animated series of shorts featuring real life people and the real life challenges they face. Produced by StoryCorps and funded by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting in the US. "Marking the Difference" spotlights Gweneviere Mann and the aftermath of brain surgery she underwent. Directed by the Rauch Brothers and art directed by Bill Wray and created with the talents of several other inviduals. You can access the levitra canada online pharmacy Forum Topic here where StoryCorps content has been featured since May 2011.

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