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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 levitra online sales 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 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 only best offers cialis daily price on 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 buy cialis online no prescription 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 helping musicians break the hold of record labels...

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Rocks in My Pockets - Signe Baumane - Kickstarter
Written by Charles   
Tuesday, 22 January 2013 02:14

A crowdfunding campaign is on for an animated project by Signe Baumane out of Brooklyn, New York. It's called "Rocks in My Pockets" and it looks to be something different. A funny film involving the pharmacy tramadol utram serious subject of depression. That's a positive way to approach it by producing a film! So far there's 205 backers pledging $17,020 of a $42,800 goal with 23 days to go. A very achievable campaign in progress. Here's the link to Rocks in My Pockets on Kickstarter. We'll be following the results on the Forum topic. Some footage from the film to view...

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'Wildman' - Gas Powered $1.1 Mil - Kickstarter
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Monday, 21 January 2013 02:33
An ambitious crowdfunding campaign has launched on ordering viagra without a prescription Kickstarter. The project is an action oriented role-playing game called "Wildman" from Gas Powered Games in Redmond, Washington. They're shooting for $1,100,00 and with 25 days left in the campaign they're at $262,844 through 5.022 backers so far. Not a bad start at all considering GPG is at roughly 25% of the goal with only 15% of the campaign time passed. Here's a link to Wildman on Kickstarter.
The concept development art is excellent and GPG has a great track record and buy cialis fedex shipping a large community. I expect this campaign to exceed the financing they're looking to reach as it's well worth supporting. Crowdfunding is changing the dynamics of buy propecia without a prescription project financing and altering the wow)) levitra online canada no prescription way that business is conducted in extremely beneficial ways for creative individuals and groups involved with intellectual properties. I'll be discussing this in depth as the campaign is followed on the Forum topic.

Here's Chris Taylor the founder of GPG to describe what the Wildman campaign is about...

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The Animation Academy Celebrates 15 Years
Written by Charles   
Sunday, 20 January 2013 00:12

If you enjoy AnimationNation you'll appreciate The Animation Academy in Burbank, California. It was the Academy's community that inspired the AN Movement in 1999 after the school got its start on January 19, 1998. The Academy has been a big influence in animation  and continues to affect the industry in very positive ways. By placing a strong emphasis on the development of solid fundamental artistic skills as they apply to animation we've had an extraordinary record of success with a great many of our students. January 19, 2013 marks the generic cialis canada pharmacy 15th anniversary of our first class! Read all about our humble beginnings at the Academy's blog and always remember to Keep Creating!

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'Paper Age' - Ken Ottman
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Saturday, 19 January 2013 20:21

Researching character rigging, polygon reduction, depth of field and motion blur in Cinema 4D by Maxon led filmmaker Ken Ottman to this very impressive handling and convincing natural movement of an origami tyrannosaurus rex as it meanders through a paper landscape in our modern age.

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