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'I'm not quite sure what it was' - Rickard Bengtsson
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Tuesday, 04 December 2012 21:44

Rickard Bengtsson, a 20 year old animator and cialis 20 mg illustrator from Sweden. This is order cheap levitra visa his latest personal project. An artsy, mysterious and intriguing film entitled "I'm not quite sure what it was". Rickard spent about 3 months working on best generic viagra canada wholesale it animating in Flash and comping in After Effects. It's since become a Vimeo Staff Pick. Check it out the impressive results...

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Chosin Animated - 'Hold the where to buy viagra in scotland Line' - Kickstarter
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Monday, 03 December 2012 21:23

Ever heard of the "Chosin Few"?

We heard from Richard C. Meyer, co-director and co-writer of online viagra in u s "Chosin Animated". There's a Kickstarter campaign in progress for an animated film based on a graphic novel Richard and his team created. The co-director is Brian Iglesias, who directed the documentary "Chosin" which is currently on Netflix.

Plans are in the works for comics, graphic novels, 3D animation and movies. This is a very special project as it involves the Battle of Chosin in the Korean War of the early 1950s. Chosin was one of the most heroic and inspiring battles in the history of the US Marines as they were vastly outnumbered and http://rodashotel.com/levitra-pfizer were fighting isolated in the bitter cold. You can see the campaign here:

Check out the video and consider supporting this project...

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Rusty Mills Cancer Fund
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Friday, 30 November 2012 19:05

There's a crowdfunding effort on the way for Rusty Mills. Rusty is a storyboard artist, animator and director in the Los Angeles animation community. A 25 year veteran of the biz and an Emmy Award winner for his work on the legendary "Pinky and the very good site cialis onlines Brain" animated series from the 1990s. Very talented, well known, admired and respected by all.

Rusty has been diagnosed with stage 4 colon cancer and his medical bills are piling up fast. He had no symptoms and his condition has caught his family by surprise. You can help Rusty with this challenge by contributing to a special fund that's been established.

Here's the link.

Thank you folks, and good luck Rusty! AnimationNation is rooting for ya!

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Update - Rusty Mills passed away today, December 8, 2012 at 12:40 PM Pacific time in the US. Rusty was a member of AnimationNation from long ago. We extend our sincerest condolences to his family and look here viagra for sale no proscription loved ones. The effort to raise funds for his family so they can deal with the expense involved with his illness is still in progress. Please follow this link if you'd like to http://www.parunners.com/generic-no-prescription-viagra help out.

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'Cool Things To Find' - Cinesaurus
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Thursday, 29 November 2012 20:25

A short while ago on November 17, I posted an entry on AN's homepage featuring an animated video called "Dumb Ways To Die". At the time the video had 569,592 YouTube views after 3 days. Since that time in just two weeks of being online it's had an astounding 28,766,957 views as of cialis no rx this writing.

Now there's a follow up to the video entitled "Cool Things To Find" which is becoming popular and includes credits of the people involved with its creation which I'm happy to share with the community. The video was produced by Cinesaurus in Seattle, Washington. Sarah Hiraki is the Character Designer. David Hudson and Steven Hudson animated the video and Cara Peacock sings the http://arrangementsdesign.com/cymbalta-online song which can be downloaded here. There are several others involved and you can see the complete list of credits by heading to YouTube to watch the video. Meanwhile here's the embedded version to enjoy...

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The Animation School - South Africa
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Wednesday, 28 November 2012 19:41

Two videos were recently posted in AN's Gallery featuring the work of students from the Short Film Animation Project at The Animation School in Capetown, South Africa. The first is buy cheap levitra online entitled "Endless" and the second is "Witch". The scene for animation is worldwide and this is a good example of how talent is progressing around the globe. I'm presenting both videos here for the community to enjoy and to showcase what the talented animation students in Capetown are coming up with. You can see more films on the school's YouTube Channel.

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