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Harlan Ellison on working for free
Written by Charles   
Saturday, 09 March 2013 21:03

This video has been out for some time. Chance Raspberry brought it back into the spotlight on this Forum topic. It features writer Harlan Ellison as he expresses his views on www.tedxamsterdamed.nl the epidemic in Hollywood and www.pjr.com in many areas of entertainment in general about expecting artists and also writers to best online cialis work for free. This issue has been a central tenant of cialis online in us AnimationNation since we were launched in February 1999 and a reason why we are the premiere site for addressing the viagra generic super active inequities that artists face in the professional environment.

Let's not only address the problem but resolve to solve it as well. Head on over to United We Brand: Artists Against Apathy and sign the iPetition. You can also like the UWB:AAA iMovement on Facebook. Listen to what Mr. Ellison has to say...

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Torment: Tides of Numera - Ma$$ive Kickstarter $ucce$$
Written by Charles   
Saturday, 09 March 2013 03:19

Okay ANers and everyone reading this in our great AnimationNation!. Hold onto your hats!

Want to see the real potential of crowdfunding? Want to see what it can really do and how it can influence our industry and change it forever? Well, here's an incredible example of the power of this new norm and what it can mean for us all.

A new project has just been launched just 2 DAYS AGO and you will be astonished at the viagra 100 mg results so far.

It's a story driven role playing game called "Torment: Tides of Numenera" by inXile entertainment in Newport Beach, California.

Their goal is $900,000 on Kickstarter.

THEY REACHED IT IN 6 HOURS !!!

So far they have 40,052 backers pledging $2,201,268 in just two days! There's 27 more left in the 30 day campaign! We'll be following this on the Forum topic. Meantime check out the project here...

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'Overcast' - James Lancett & Sean Weston
Written by Charles   
Friday, 08 March 2013 20:13

Even a gloomy day has its beauty and female levitra purpose. Here's a short that imposses traditional character animation on live action to underscore that point. A graduation film by James Lancett and Sean Weston from Kingston University in London with music by Thomas E. Brown.

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Machinima Happy Hour - License your game themed short
Written by Charles   
Friday, 08 March 2013 00:52

Calling all aspiring animators! Would you like to cialis in spain create parodies of your favorite video game characters? HappyHour, Machinima's premiere online animation destination for gamers, is looking for talented filmmakers who can deliver edgy, funny, cool, accessible, and most importantly - quality animation around video game culture. Get paid for doing what you love as often as weekly! Contact This e-mail address is buying levitra in the us being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it with links to work samples. Click on the link to the AN Forum topic for more details.

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Bent Image Lab - 'Portlandia' Stop Motion
Written by Charles   
Wednesday, 06 March 2013 21:03

Our friends at Bent Image Lab in Portland, Oregon has produced multiple skits for IFC’s “Portlandia”.

The first segment is called “Rats 2” and is a continuation from Bent’s “Zero Rats” piece from last year’s season. This year the rats are featured in multiple episodes. In one episode John, Fred and Carrie Rat publish a human tell-all and in another episode they look for a new home throughout Portland’s rougher neighborhoods. The “Rats Move” segment airs in a three part story arc during that episode.

The second animated segment features a dolphin that has to deliver bad news to the underwater sea creatures of Portland.

Nice stop motion all the way! Check out their videos...

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