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'Coin' - EXIT 73 Studios
Written by Charles   
Thursday, 19 September 2013 21:51

Here's a lively, innovative, high energy video created by EXIT 73 Studios in Long Island, New York. Take a trip through video games of old as the central character Donovan Murdoch attempts to hold on tramadol 120 mg to his Coin. Created by Chris Burns with compositing and free viagra music by Bob Fox.

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'Men In Black" - Operation Homecoming - Nave Inc
Written by Charles   
Wednesday, 18 September 2013 19:15

Check out this powerful animated video comic. It's an called "Men In Black" from the feature length documentary "Operation Homecoming: Writing the Wartime Experience". A US soldier gives his account of surviving an ambush while on patrol in Iraq. "Operation Homecoming received an Oscar nomination for Best Documentary in 2008 and also won two Emmys. Of the many individuals associated with the project I'd like to single out the Director of Animation Evan Parsons of http://www.berufsimker.de/sales-levitra NAVE INC in Los Angeles and Christopher Koelle for the great illustrations that drive the cheepest viagra video. There's some strong language that may not be suitable for children so be forewarned.

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'Carn' - Jeff Le Bars
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Tuesday, 17 September 2013 19:51

The French continue to set the pace and the standard of excellence for animation the world over especially in the area of traditional hand drawn films. Here's the latest that's come our way. It's entitled "Carn" by Jeff Le Bars of the Ecole Emile Cohl in Lyon. Music and sound design by Spectral Approach. The story involves a boy lost in the wilderness and the pact he makes with a wolf. Enjoy the video and this beautiful animated art...

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'Animating Your Career' - Steve Hickner
Written by Charles   
Monday, 16 September 2013 20:54

If you're looking for a book that will give you some of the most practical and useful advice for progressing with your career in the animation industry, I have good news!

You've found it in the newly published book by animation great Steve Hickner.

It's called "Animating Your Career" from Brigantine Media and it is generic viagra in canada the cialis generic most outstanding book I've ever read regarding the subject if not the best ever printed. It's so good in fact, that I read excerpts from it in class at my school The Animation Academy in Burbank. I consider this book mandatory material for anyone looking to get serious about working in the biz. It's by far the best advice oriented publication for animation I've yet discovered.

Steve is a long time industry veteran with many years of experience in animation. He's currently working at DreamWorks and is best known for being the Director on "Bee Movie" and "Prince of Egypt"". He's a positive, super enthusiastic person who loves the business and the art, and you can pick up on his energy in the pages of united pharmacy cialis "Animating Your Career".

Steve's common sense, wisdom and outlook on succeeding in the animation industry can easily be applied to just about any other aspect of entertainment as well as one's professional life in general. Artists starting out today have a great advantage in the form of "Animating Your Career". I highly recommend this book and would encourage professionals, students and novices to purchase cialis without prescription read it and take Mr. Hickner's advice to heart. If you really want to succeed in animation, then immerse yourself in this book. Thank you Steve Hickner for authoring this excellent resource! 

You can purchase "Animating Your Career" at this link.

You can also pick it up at Amazon.

Check out this video to learn more...

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'Magic Toast' campaign - Kickstarter - Oct 15 2013
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Sunday, 15 September 2013 05:23

Here's a great Kickstarter project for animation that's well worth funding!

Magic Toast is a short animated film that explores the whimsical lives and usefull link no prescription hidden challenges of a little princess and her extraordinary mother. Our little princess embarks on an adventure that challenges her perceptions and convinces her that the http://robovero.com/canadian-healthcare-levitra magic of love can conquer all.

The creative passion and Executive Producer of the project is Wendy Solberg. Although written as a children's story, the true message behind this fairy tale is in celebration of single parents and a tribute to their everyday heroics. The hope for this film is that it will be used by charities, shelters and support groups to encourage and inspire single parents everywhere.

Polydactyl Pictures is seeking funding for the project here at the Magic Toast Kickstarter campaign.

If this crowdfunding project interests you please consider supporting it and using your networks to help spread the word. The deadline is October 15 2013.

Good luck Magic Toast!

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