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'Playing with Fire' - Emily Rifkin
Written by Charles   
Thursday, 17 January 2013 09:57

Another newcomer to the AN Forums has posted a clever animated short film she recently produced using.Maya production software.  Emily Rifkin of Los Angeles did a great job with a simple story in "Playing With Fire". A recent graduate of Northwestern University in Chicago, Emily is quickly developing her professional experience through internships at DreamWorks and as a pre-vis artist at The Third Floor Inc.

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'Rivet Wars' - More Kickstarter $ucce$$
Written by Charles   
Wednesday, 16 January 2013 06:44

If you've been following the AN Forums you're likely aware of my enthusiasm for crowdfunding campaigns. There's more than a few reasons why I've been fixated on this phenomenon for the past few months. One of them being that no industry centric site I know of besides AnimationNation promotes these campaigns or even acknowledges them unless they reach their monetary goals. Another is my fascination with the cialis soft tabs scam great success many of cialis generic these campaigns are experiencing. Crowdfunding is changing the fundamentals of our business for the better in very advantageous ways on many levels concerning the interests of artists and order cheap viagra creative individuals and groups.

Here's another one I'd like to bring to the community's attention. It's called "Rivet Wars" and the mastermind behind the project is visit our site cialis in canada Ted Terranova. Ted is an artist developing a strategy game and has taken his concept to Kickstarter. With an initial goal of $25,000 and 19 days to go until the campaign wraps up he currently has 1,325 backers pledging $222,116 as of this writing. Take a look at this video as Ted describes what Rivet Wars is about. The subject is at this Forum topic where you can check in for updates as we follow its development.

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'Dance Dance' - Pasquale La Montagna
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Monday, 14 January 2013 20:26

A newcomer to the AN Forums, Pasquale La Montagna is a Canadian animator who shared his animation with us. He created this film as a tribute to cheap viagra 50mg First Nations culture of North America. It was done using paint and sticks while rotoscoping. A very effective technique that's produced a visual experience appropriate for the subject he's describing along with great Native American music. Check out this wonderful video...

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'On the Water'- Yi Zhao
Written by Charles   
Sunday, 13 January 2013 23:20

Check out this short film by Yi Zhao of AKV St. Joost Breda in the Netherlands. It's called "On the Water" and it's very beautiful. Won lots of how to buy cialis in canada awards in 2010 and 2011 when it was making the jccgreenwich.org film festival circuit.

Best Animation, I've Seen Films Festival, 2011, Italy
First Prize, Computer Space Int'l Forum, 2011, Bulgaria
Best Animated Short & Audience Jury Award, Reggio Film Festival, 2010, Italy
Best Student Animation, Animateka Int'l Animation Festival, 2011, Slovenia
Best Student Animation, Istanbul Int'l Animation Festival, 2011, Turkey
Best Student Animation, Stoke Your Fires Festival 2011, UK
Best Student Animation, Animation Festival Zwolle, 2011, the Netherlands
Best Int'l Student Animation, Animarte Festival, 2011, Brazil
Best National Student Short, Playground Festival, 2010, the Netherlands

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'Malaria' - Edson Oda
Written by Charles   
Saturday, 12 January 2013 18:28

Here's a different way of telling a story through comics. Take a look at "Malaria" by Edson Oda. The filmmaker hails from Sao Paulo, Brazil. It took six months to complete the project.

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