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Global 3D Arts - Architectural Rendering
Written by Charles   
Sunday, 22 January 2012 02:23

The fine art of how much levitra architectural illustration is something I admire. I've known several oustanding artists who are legendary in their skills and where to buy cialis cheap vision, and who came into animation from this discipline, usually as background designers, prop designers, and visual development artists. 

Check out Global 3D Arts and some of the samples of their work. They're based in Hays, Kansas, the geographical heart of the USA. From their renderings, to their scale models, and their walkthrough / flyby animated videos, this is a company of highly skilled professionals. Below is just one example of what they do. You can find more at the Forum topic.

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K. Hermann's Showreel
Written by Charles   
Saturday, 21 January 2012 04:21

Another new member to the AN Forums has brought to our attention their showreel. This is the work of K. Hermann who I'm pretty sure is rx generic viagra an African based talent. Lots of usefull link cheap canadian levitra beef for the time that it runs, exhibiting a unique look and feel that's emerging on the worldwide animation scene through this artist. Enjoy...

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'The Chase' by Phillipe Gamer
Written by Charles   
Thursday, 19 January 2012 22:40

Here's a new trailer that came our way for a 4:40 short animated movie in progress called 'The Chase' directed by Phillipe Gamer of Space Patrol. Cool crash and burn effects and an interesting character causing all the mayhem. The official website can be found here, and there's a Facebook page as well. The Forum topic is here. Enjoy the http://www.aumm.nl/best-price-for-generic-cialis video...

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Wondercat to look there canadian healthcare levitra the Rescue!
Written by Charles   
Thursday, 19 January 2012 01:28

It's amazing what you can do with the simplest animation techniques, basic software and a concept rooted in absurdity. Case in point, Wondercat! YouTube's latest animated sensation. Can't make sense of it? Don't let that stop you from enjoying the show. Here's the most recent episode. You can see more Wondercat videos here.

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The Meek, The Mad, and The Misinformed
Written by Charles   
Wednesday, 18 January 2012 02:09

Another project brought to our attention by a new member to the Forums. Koo Koala Productions is a student film crew involved in an ambitious final year endeavor at Ryerson University in Toronto producing their final massive project. It's a stop motion film, 5 minutes in length, at 24 frames per second and they're video documenting the effort and viagra label the film making process.

You can follow how they made their Burton-esque puppets, or designed their sets, or found voice actors, or see many other things involved with the evolution of the film by going to the Kool Koala website. You can also check out their Facebook page by following this link to "The Meek, the Mad, and the Misinformed". Here's the Forum topic and a look at one of their videos explaining the set construction process...

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