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'Loving Vincent' - Kickstarter - March 14 2014
Written by Charles   
Tuesday, 25 February 2014 18:42

Oscar winning Hugh Welchman and his BreakThru Films are currently Kickstarting a feature length film based on the life and death of Vincent Van Gogh, and in a medium he would approve of:..

Oil paintings!

The film will be produced entirely through the levitra uk medium of http://www.kaungkin.com/buy-cheapest-viagra-online oil paintings on canvas. This remarkable endeavor is underway and is welcoming support from contributors through its Kickstarter campaign.

"Loving Vincent" features over 120 of Vincent Van Gogh's greatest paintings. The plot, drawn from the 800 letters written by the painter himself, leads us to the significant people and events in the time leading up to his unexpected and tragic death.

The campaign wraps up on March 14 2014. Take a look at the video to see what's happening and consider supporting this unique and important project. Updates will follow on the Forum topic.

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'Forbidden Love Ep 1' - Mac Kerman
Written by Charles   
Monday, 24 February 2014 22:32

You'll get a laugh out of this and female uk viagra if we can expect more from LA based animator MacKenzie Kerman it would indeed be something to look forward to. The first episode of a series of melodramatic shorts in which passion and danger make a "Forbidden Love"...

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'Tussilago' - Jonas Odell
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Thursday, 20 February 2014 19:20

This is a combination live action / animated video in which the animation is used to only here uk cialis sales underscore events from the 1970s that were happening in West Germany. The days when the www.tvojservis.com country was divided in two and political terrorists were active in trying to undermine the government. Directed by Jonas Odell of Stockholm, Sweden and backed by many talented people, we get a unique perspective on events through the narration of the terrorist's girlfriend who was an eyewitness and a reluctant participant to what was happening. 

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'Little Monkey' - Delphine Dussoubs
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Tuesday, 18 February 2014 20:41

An innovative graduation film by Delphine Dussoubs while attending EMCA Angouleme in France proves yet again that much of the creative pioneering that's taking place in animation is occurring at a student level. The project is entitled "Little Monkey" and has had a successful festival run in 2012. Now it's online for all to enjoy...

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Animation Dock - Kickstarter - March 13 2014
Written by Charles   
Friday, 14 February 2014 19:59

Here's a crowdfunded campaign that I'm sure you'll find as unique as it is handy especially if you use an iPad or a tablet to create your animation. It's called an Animation Dock and it's a must have for traditional animators who would still like to utilize a disk while they work on www.vtip.be a tablet device.

Take a look at this video to get an idea as to how it functions...

If you'd like to purchase an Animation Dock or simply support this effort follow the link to http://www.ostersundstravet.com/soft-tab-levitra the Kickstarter campaign.

The Animation Dock is generic viagra money order the brainchild of Tamara Smith of Burbank, California... A local girl! The campaign's goal is $10,000 and she's approaching it fast with 108 backers providing $9,011 so far with 26 days to go. There's lots of i use it cheap levitra online us disk styled products available besides the dock so have a look and see what kind of rewards are offered.

For more Animation Dock fun check out this promotional video below...

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