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It's alive! Laika's 'ParaNorman' - August 17 2012
Written by Charles   
Thursday, 05 July 2012 18:40

Here's a great video showing just what goes into the creation of canadian pharmacy viagra a character for a stop-motion animated film. This is Norman the buy cialis professional online lead character in the upcoming feature "ParaNorman" from Laika Studios in Portland, Oregon. There's more to see about the film at the ongoing Forum topic.   

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'Scottish Ninjas' on Kickstarter
Written by Charles   
Wednesday, 04 July 2012 08:50

I've enjoyed the wit and robert-alonso-photos.com absurdity of this cartoon for quite a wile now and would like to share it with you. Drnkn Mstr on the Forums has entertained us again with "Scottish Ninjas" which is a Web series on YouTube. The lads behind the cartoon have taken their 20 minute scripts and broken them down into 3 minute long minisodes that will be released every 2 weeks. It's a little on the blood and guts side so be forewarned but that's the way of the cialis costs Scottish Ninjas. They've launched a Kickstarter campaign which calls for an AN Homepage spotlight. Here's the Forum topic.

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Robb Pratt's Superman - 'Bizarro Classic'
Written by Charles   
Tuesday, 03 July 2012 19:13

The follow up to his exciting "Superman Classic" which went online last year, Robb Pratt has done it again with his follow up "Bizarro Classic". Animated traditionally in a refreshing style here's his latest along with the original short. Thanks to buying viagra  ANer CBP for bringing it to our attention in this Forum topic.

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'Kagemono: The Shadow Folk' by Sabrina Cotugno
Written by Charles   
Tuesday, 03 July 2012 06:18

This is a fourth year student film from CalArts that recently went online. The filmmaker is Sabrina Cotugno. ANer TransRobo brought it to our attention in a topic on the Forum Gallery and I'm glad they did. A great little film that is full of surprises.

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Don Bluth's 'The Secret of Nimh' - 30 years later
Written by Charles   
Monday, 02 July 2012 19:17

It was a landmark animated feature film. A masterpiece for its time that still holds up as a true work of brilliance 30 years after its theatrical release on http://www.breinweb.nl/levitra-pfizer-india July 2, 1982. "The Secret of Nimh" was the brainchild of Don Bluth, one of cialis legal our industry's greatest animators and a legendary figure in the art. In 1979 he organized a large group of some of Disney's finest talent and established a new animation studio which resulted in this movie.  

TraditionalAnimation.com is running a special article about The Secret of Nimh in honor of its 30 year anniversary in which Gary Goldman, one of the lead animators on the film is interviewed. You can access the interview here along with the Forum topic that Lavalle Lee brought to us at this link. In the meantime let's enjoy a special treat by taking a look at the original trailer for the movie...

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