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Get the word out - NO MORE WORK FOR FREE
Written by Charles   
Wednesday, 30 January 2013 19:22

Hello friends and what is better viagra or levitra brothers and sisters in our art form and community!

Since its inception and launch in February 1999 the AnimationNation Movement has been at the core of best price generic cialis industry reform. There are many problems within animation especially when it comes to the interests of artists. Most individuals, groups, organizations and websites involved in our industry ignore this or gloss over things or attempt to trivialize or discredit these issues and thus become part of the viagra brand dysfunction. One of the more chronic challenges we face is the epidemic of free work. The willingness of artists to do free work in exchange for credit or what have you. Anything but money. Especially for artists coming out of school or looking to make a transition from one work environment to another.

My long time friend, associate, brother in arms and character design legend Stephen Silver has just launched a campaign to do something about this and cheap price cialis we at AnimationNation are wholeheartedly backing the effort. Take a look at his latest YouTube video and listen to http://catholicmediajournal.com/real-cialis-pharmacies what he has to say. It's vitally important to us all. Embrace the challenge and help to get the message out. Let's do something about this once and for all. Take a stand all you marvelous talented people out there! Join the campaign to stop the epidemic of free work!

Here's the Forum topic. Spread the humanoitgroup.com word...

NO MORE FREE WORK !!!

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'The Reward' - The Animation Workshop - Denmark
Written by Charles   
Tuesday, 29 January 2013 20:24

It wasn't so long ago when a film like this would have been a worldwide phenomenon if it originated from an established studio. Today we're seeing creative content from a school level that's so good it meets or even exceeds what many studios can do to the point where we're almost taking it for granted. Great films coming out literally every day.

Here's the latest entry into the great pool of brand viagra for sale excellence we're experiencing in our art and industry all over the planet. A well told and highly imaginative story sans dialogue that's traditionally animated. "The Reward" hails from The Animation Workshop in Viborg, Denmark. Here's a link to the school's Facebook page. Enjoy this excellent film...

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'the Animation of Man' - Amanda Nedermeijer
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Monday, 28 January 2013 20:57

A graduation project of filmmaker Amanda Nedermeijer while attending the Grafisch Lyceum Rotterdam. She animated traditionally utilizing Toonboom and then printed everything to use the cut out images in a stop motion technique recreating the entire process. A lot of work to http://theanalystcoach.net/where-to-buy-levitra show how much work animation can be. Well worth the results as you can see in her video...

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'Katachi' - Shugo Tokumaru
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Thursday, 24 January 2013 19:52

Check out this intriguing use of cutouts and frame by frame animation by Shugo Tokumaru. The film's title "Katachi" is Japanese for "shape". The video was produced with approximately 2000 silhouettes from plastic plates using a computer controlled cutter by Dawid Krzyzanowski.

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Protest The Hero - Big indiegogo $ucce$$
Written by Charles   
Tuesday, 22 January 2013 19:58

This isn't directly related to animation but its significance is something I feel should be shared with the http://www.omroepgroesbeek.nl/viagra-headaches community. It underscores the dramatic changes that are taking place in the way business is done for creative enterprises through crowdfunding.

A rock group from Canada called Protest The Hero recently fulfilled their contracts with record labels and viagra 50 have turned to their fans to fund their fourth full-length album through a campaign with indiegogo. Within hours of launching, the band smashed through it’s $125,000 goal and is on buy pfizer viagra online its way to doubling that total. Currently they're at $228,885 and there's still 23 days left to the campaign. Is this the future of business for artists, musicians, inventors, entrepreneurs and creative people in general? More and more that looks to be the case. A new era is dawning. These are exciting times!

Here's the link to the Protest The Hero campaign on indiegogo. Take a look at their promotional video and you'll see how crowdfunding is http://www.rmarecruit.com.au/recruitment/buy-generic-cialis-cheap helping musicians break the hold of generic cialis 10 mg record labels...

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