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How will 3D Printing change the world?
Written by Charles   
Sunday, 17 March 2013 19:17

This was brought to us through a Forum topic by Snakebite Cortez. Imagine the possibilities of 3D printing. Imagine what this technology will mean for artists. Think about what we'll be able to cheapest tramadol available online do when it becomes accessible to all. Consider a computer modeled character that can be 3D printed one item at a time like print on demand publishing is today. Think of how this will empower independent toy designers and buy cialis without rx artists of every level who'll be able to turn their computer generated concepts into hard copy products. This is a great new era we're entering and it will serve us all well as we embrace the technologies that will make developing an independent aspect to our careers even that much more feasible.

Watch this video to learn more...

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Batman Chapter One - Help Me!!! - Isaak Fernandez
Written by Charles   
Saturday, 16 March 2013 19:13

Here's a great little short written and directed by Issac Fernandez. It took three years to complete working on recommended site herbal alternative to viagra weekends, holidays and in his spare time with the help of his friend Javier Esteban. Inspired by the range of batman cartoons and films over the link for you cheap levitra online past 20 years he's done a marvelous job at reinventing the character through the look and feel of his film. This film has been out for a while and is well worth another look. If this is where can i buy propecia your first time seeing it enjoy!

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The Art of viagra for sale site Richard Chavez is online
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Friday, 15 March 2013 18:13

I've had the pleasure of knowing Richard Chavez him since he was a 19 year old kid when we first met way back in our days at Hallmark Cards in Kansas City, Missouri. He has since grown into one of tramadol buy the greatest visual development / production design talents of the modern animation industry. If a "Who's Who" exists in this business for uber talents in our community he would be a name at the very top of the list.

He's been behind the scenes in animation in a great many of the biggest and most significant animated productions of the modern era. One of the original 5 Disney artists invited by Jeffrey Katzenberg to form DreamWorks Feature Animation in 1994. He pioneered the gel viagra Visual Development department at Sony Pictures Animation in 2002. His production credits are stellar.

And finally... FINALLY... He has a website! 

Click here to take a look at the wonderful work of my friend and colleague Richard Chavez.

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Sci-Fi Comedy 'New Eden' relaunches on HuHa
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Thursday, 14 March 2013 08:00

To put it in the words of New Eden's Co-Creator Brett Snelgrove quoting from the Forum topic...


Hey everyone.

Freek (van Haagen) and myself wanted to share our little story of indie success

New Eden has from day dot been a passion project created and run by the two of us. Together we built a small team around us and made the original New Eden Pilot and our series of shorts.

We hustled our arses off to get New Eden in front of as many people as possible as our goal was always to try and secure funding so that we could take our little web pilot to series. It was tough going to say the least.

Then late last year, just as we thought that was it for New Eden, we scored a partnership deal with the brilliant folks at HuHa, a new UK YouTube channel.

We're now rolling out a complete series of episodes on their channel, which will include all our existing material and a whole bunch of female viagra cheap new stuff as well.

We'd love for you to check out the pilot and buy cymbalta online uk if you like what you see, why not tell a friend or six!

It's been a hell of an adventure so far and the fun is only just beginning ...


Brett Snelgrove

New Eden Co-Creator

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'Fight For Everyone' - Persistent Peril
Written by Charles   
Wednesday, 13 March 2013 17:26

Here's an animated music video that starts off well enough but things don't go quite so smoothly as it progresses. All in good fun. An effective use of simple animated shapes by Persistent Peril of Brighton in the UK produiced for The Leisure Society.

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