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The Videos of Chris Smallfield
Written by Charles   
Monday, 20 February 2012 23:54

A new member to the AN Forums, Chris Smallfield initiated a discussion on the Pros and Cons of 3D Animated TV Series with a listing of prominent productions over the past 20 years. Meanwhile, the 3D FX animation he creates is very impressive and shows an amazing talent. Here's something that was done for Nickelodeon's Spongebob giving due credit to his colleagues here.  

Check out this hilarious and extremely compex spot for CareerBuilder.com. You can also see many additional videos on his Vimeo Channel as well as this website for Shape in Berlin through which he's associated.

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'The Breaking Point' by Bryan Ha
Written by Charles   
Sunday, 19 February 2012 20:12

Bryan Ha is a senior at the Phillips Academy in Andover, Massachusetts, a residential secondary school in New England established way back in 1778 which specialzes in academic excellence in the liberal arts tradition.

Last year he created an animated film about the dangers of global warming and pollution entitled "The Breaking Point". This was screened at Environmental Film Festival and Green Film Festival (GFFIS) in Seoul 2011. He's on a worthy campaign to continue to spread the word and build awareness about the effects of global warming on the earth. We're happy to help by featuring his film. Here's the link to the Forum topic.

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The Time Lapse Painting of Thijme Termaat
Written by Charles   
Saturday, 18 February 2012 19:14

Check out the amazing work of Thijme Termaat an artist in the Netherlands. Thijme is a new member on AN. Here's his website and below is his video. The Forum topic is here.

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Alien - Latest from Your Favorite Martian
Written by Charles   
Friday, 17 February 2012 19:42

And who is YourFavoriteMartian? None other than YouTube superstar Ray William Johnson of course. Animated by Cosmic Toast in Burbank. Uploaded two days ago with 673,815 views in that time. The subject of this music video is bullying...

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David Choe - Facebook's $200 mil graffiti artist
Written by Charles   
Thursday, 16 February 2012 17:59

Many have heard the news recently about a graffiti artist who painted the walls of Facebook's offices in 2005 and accepted stock instead of cash in exchange for his work. Today, that artist is worth more than $200 million by virtue of the stock he owns. His name is David Choe and here he is in an interview with Barbara Walters from a few days ago. David had a measure of notoriety before his sudden thrust into uber fame. There's quite a few videos about him on YouTube that have been up for several years. He was quite a controversial figure. You can view some of them here. I enjoy seeing the success of others, especially fellow artists, and I hope that David can find balance in his life now that he's famous.

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