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'Educate the Heart' - Giant Ant
Written by Charles   
Friday, 14 December 2012 08:54

Produced for the Dalai Lama Centre by Giant Ant in Vancouver BC, this animated public service announcement has a meaningful message we can all learn from as we "Educate the Heart"...

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'Cosmic Jungle' - Supinfocom Arles
Written by Charles   
Thursday, 13 December 2012 07:31

In the mood for something different? How about a wild, colorful and gruberlaw-nj.com trippy ride through this video from Fabrice Fiteni and Supinfocom Arles. It's about a fiery dog with magic powers who bursts into an ordered urban universe and disrupts its perfect machinery. Produced in 2010 it went online earlier this year and begs for a screening on AN's homepage. There are several other very talented artists who directed and animated the film. You can see a complete listing here.

 

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Winsor McCay's 'The Flying House' - 1921
Written by Charles   
Wednesday, 12 December 2012 21:36

Many years before Pixar featured a similar theme  in "Up" the great Winsor McCay, perhaps the greatest animator who ever lived, was having fun portraying pretty much the levitra sales same thing in 1921 with his incredible film "The Flying House".

I've never seen this work of http://www.bngr.cz/cialis-by-mail his before until a chance viewing on YouTube today and decided to share it with the AN community. It's a remarkable achievement even in our own time. The level of craftsmanship involved especially considering where animation was at technically 91 years ago makes this an even more astonishing artistic accomplishment.

Thanks to what is viagra soft tabs a Kickstarter campaign initiated by Bill Plympton last year McCay's masterpiece has been restored and is now available for all to see, experience, ponder and cialis 20 mg price enjoy... in color and with voices! You can buy the DVD through Mr. Plympton's site at this link. Meanwhile take a look at what Winsor McCay was doing at a time when the art of animation was still a toddler in diapers...

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'Hero Initiative' benefits Comic Artists
Written by Charles   
Tuesday, 11 December 2012 07:09

Thanks to long time ANer Greg Boone for bringing this to our attention. 

The Hero Initiative creates a financial safety net for comic creators who may need emergency medical aid, financial support for essentials of life, and an avenue back into paying work. Since inception, the Hero Initiative has been fortunate enough to benefit over 50 creators and their families with over $500,000 worth of much-needed aid, fueled by your contributions! It's a chance for all of us to give back something to the people who have given us so much enjoyment.

This is something we could certainly use in the animation industry especially in the US. An organization / program  that operates as a safety net for the many artists, indeed the vast number of artists that work outside of cialis overnite the top internet cialis web sites union studios. Even unionized artists could benefit from something like this since many of them lose their medical coverage when they work outside of union shops for a length of time or when they lose their union studio employment. I've pushed for an Independent Animation Union for many years through AN to this effect with no help from our current union which has been hostile to us for a long time. Their outdated and narrow model of operation along with their animosity to cheap soft viagra the AN Movement has kept them from growing in a direction that could make a huge difference in the lives of the artists in our community.

Fortunately we have the Hero Initiative to look to for inspiration and hope that things can improve for artist when we unify and take matters into our own hands. Kudos to everyone involved with this noble, worthwhile and much needed effort.

Please consider supporting the Hero Initiative. Take a look at the video to get a better understanding of what it does. You can also visit the Forum topic to see what Greg Boone has to say about it and purchase viagra to follow the discussion.

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'Sugar Coat' - Takuro Togo
Written by Charles   
Monday, 10 December 2012 18:40

In love it's best to just be yourself. That's the lesson imparted to by this pleasant animated short entitled "Sugar Coat" by Takuro Togo on storyboards, layout and animation ,with Arisa Kanemoto on design, texturing and modeling.

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