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Daran Carlin-Weber - 'Summer Rec' on Kickstarter
Written by Charles   
Thursday, 17 May 2012 22:31

Daran Carlin-Weber of Edinboro, Pennsylvania is working on an animated pilot for a passion project of his called "Summer Rec". He's initiated a Kickstarter campaign for it to raise money for the voice actors and it's cool soft tab viagra other crew, with a goal is $7,500 by June 7, 2012. There's a good looking 45-second finished preview of the episode viewable to everyone, and for a donation of as little as $1 you can watch the full 14-minute animatic.

Here's the Kickstarter campaign for 'Summer Rec' along with the cheap discount cialis trailer for the project...

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2012 Student Academy Award Winners - Animation
Written by Charles   
Thursday, 17 May 2012 07:17

This past May 7 just 10 days ago, I posted here on AN's homepage an entry concerning David Wolter's film "Eyrie" which was nominated as a finalist for the Student Academy Awards by The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. Happy to http://www.guenstige-versicherungen-online.de/real-levitra report that David's film was one of 3 winners in the animation category. He hails from the character animation program at Cal Arts, and he also spent time at The Animation Academy in Burbank prior to that. The other two are "The Jockstrap Raiders" by Mark Nelson of discount viagra europe UCLA and "My Little Friend' by Eric Prah of the Ringling College of Art and Design in Sarasota, Florida.

Let's revisit David Wolter's Eyrie, and also feature some video concerning Mark Nelson's film, The Jockstrap Raiders. Video for Eric Prah's film is not available online at this time, but you can visit his blog here. Congratulations to all 3 winners!

Eyrie by David Wolter...

Mark Nelson discusses The Jockstrap Raiders...

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'Chapel St.' by Danny Brady - One man movie
Written by Charles   
Wednesday, 16 May 2012 21:26

You don't often hear about someone with no experience in animation, deciding to take it upon themselves to produce a movie single handedly, but that's what Danny Brady has done. A music writer / producer, he started teaching himself how to make animated films in 2008 and kept on going. Today, he's amassed over 200 minutes of content, enough for a 2 DVD set of his project called "Chapel Street". Danny tells his production tale on this Forum topic. Take a look at the trailer for his unique film...

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Einav Deri - Snowball Studios commercial
Written by Charles   
Tuesday, 15 May 2012 20:16

Einav Deri has come a long way since I first met her. She was a beginning student in Character Design in September 2009 at The Animation Academy in Burbank with a lot to learn. Since then she's gone on wow it's great free levitra sample to canadian propecia rx become a rising star in the animation world. Take a look at her before and after work here

A graduate of the Israeli Animation College and a Character Designer at Snowball VFX Animation Studio in Tel Aviv, she's on to new and exciting things. Einav has recently worked on three major animated TV commercials through Snowball. She designed the characters, some of the props and many of look here lowest price levitra the background elements. Here's one of the commercials, which has her unique design look through it all. You can also follow Einav's blog to see more of her work.

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Three Blind Mice - Client's guide to animatics
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Tuesday, 15 May 2012 09:13

Located in London, Three Blind Mice is a studio that specializes in Concept Work, Storyboarding, Mood Films, 3D Animation and Animatics. In fact, they've created a video that describes their animatic production process. Three Blind Mice is a team of very talented artists who service the advertising market in the UK with their professional creative endeavors. The video was brought to our attention through a post in AN's Gallery. Designed and levitra buying animated by Sam Burton and George Coffey, it also features music by Francis Sevier, Sound Design by Factory Studios, and the Narrated Voice Over skills of Simon Gregor. Check it out...

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