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'Patrick and i recommend best viagra prices Theo' - animated series concept
Written by Charles   
Tuesday, 17 July 2012 17:34

Another impressive animated concept in progress on the Web. This one's called "Patrick and Theo".

Thousands of years into the wild future, nature has reconquered the great cities that had once reached towards the sky. The dreary landscape became infested with mutants, prehistoric species and creatures known only from legends. In this world of enter site levitra femele weird science and natural wonders, a boy, and his dog decide to take a stand as the last, self-appointed supercops.

Patrick & Theo is a light-hearted, humorous animated adventure series, targeting 8 to 12 year old children. The creative talents behind the project are Ervin B. Nagy, Marton Kovacs and Marci Nagy.

Here's a teaser for the only for you order cialis series along with a link to the Patrick and Theo website. To see a sample episode follow this link to the Forum topic.

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Two-Headed Cop - Kickstarter Campaign
Written by Charles   
Monday, 16 July 2012 19:27

Two-Headed Cop has launched their Kickstarter Campaign!

Co-created by animation industry veterans Derek Friesenborg and Brian Ormiston, Two-Headed Cop is a computer animated short film combining the absurdist humor of classic cartoons with the dark sophistication of film noir. Writer and director Friesenborg is raising $150,000 to help fund the animation portion of the production.

Two-Headed Cop’s Kickstarter fundraising runs until Friday August 10, 2012. You can find out more about the campaign here. You can also follow the viagra alternative Film Production Blog to stay on top of the latest developments with the project.

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OUYA Game Console - Huge Kickstarter Success
Written by Charles   
Sunday, 15 July 2012 20:25

A new video game console is on generic viagra sale the way. It's called OUYA and it went to Kickstarter for a campaign five days ago to raise $950,000 for launch. With 24 days left in their campaign, they've raised so far as of this writing, $4,831,797 through 37,779 backers and that figure is going up with every passing minute!

According to Kickstarter, in reaching its goal, Ouya holds the record for best first day performance of any project hosted to levitra fast delivery date. Within the first 24 hours the project attracted one backer every 5.59 seconds. Ouya became the eighth project in Kickstarter history to raise more than a million dollars, and then became the most quickly funded project on Kickstarter to reach one million dollars.

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Here's the link to the OUYA Kickstarter Campaign.

We'll be following Ouya's Kickstarter progress over the next 24 days on the Forum topic. Meanwhile check out the video that explains what Ouya is about and cialis in canada what the team is attempting to achieve.

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Stash 94 - New Animation and VFX
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Saturday, 14 July 2012 21:13

It's always an exciting time of the month when the buy levitra online latest issue of Stash is released. A sweeping collection of the latest animation and VFX from studios around the world plus much more. Stash is the standard with huge amounts of content every month. If you haven't experienced Stash yet here's your chance. You can subscribe to the online magazine free for 30 days. Head on over to their website or click on this link to the Forum topic for more info. Meanwhile take a look at everything that Stash has to offer in their latest issue.

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'How To Train Your Dragon' - the Live Show
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Saturday, 14 July 2012 07:31

In March 2012, Global Creatures teamed with DreamWorks to launch a live theatrical show based on the film "How To Train Your Dragon." Spinifex Group was contracted to develop the graphic content for the entire show. The goal was to take the movie from its original look and portray it in a more illustrative style.

Challenges focused around timing the animation to match the choreography of the actors and dragons, while also maintaining a sense of scale and balance between the http://donpablo.nl/daily-levitra animatronic creatures and the projected content. Also the animation needed to move as one seamless scene across both the wall and www.worcestercountybar.org floor, serving as a complete theatre set. A first of look here woman and cialis its kind.

Matt Lock designed and animated the sections showcased in this video.

Additional credits include: 3D by Nick Hunter and Pepin Portingale.

Matte painting and Illustration elements by Dan Potra and David Woodland.

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