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More Concept Art from 'Pixar's Brave'
Written by Charles   
Tuesday, 20 September 2011 23:50

Three weeks ago on September 2, I posted both on AN's homepage and in the www.aumm.nl Forums the most recent artwork I've been able to find from Pixar's upcoming feature animated film "Brave". Turns out a couple of vignovin.com days after that post, another video was uploaded with even more great artwork to enjoy from this highly anticipated movie. The forum topic has all I've accumulated so far. Brave is scheduled for release on June 22, 2012.

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'Oblivion Island' aka 'Haruka and the Magic Mirror'
Written by Charles   
Tuesday, 20 September 2011 17:18

There's so much great animation being produce worldwide, something new comes along every day even though it's been out for a while. That's the case with this film, "Oblivion Island" which also goes by the title "Haruka and the Magic Mirror". Adrian Foster brought it to our attention with a topic on www.unifem.it the Forums. Oblivion Island is directed by Shinsuke Sato and produced by Production I.G. which premiered their latest film "A Letter to Momo" at the 36th Toronto International Film Festival this past weekend. The film has won several major awards since its release in 2009. Here's a trailer with English subtitles for Oblivion Island.

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Kaeloo - Animated series in France
Written by Charles   
Tuesday, 20 September 2011 07:06

I discovered an animated TV series that been airing in France since June of last year. It's called "Kaeloo" and it features a frog who turns into something different when things aren't going his way. Created by Rémi Chapotot, designed by Rémi Chapotot and Jean-François Henry and produced by Cube Creative in association with Blue Spirit Animation, Kaeloo looks to be fun with high production standards. Here's an English version of the cartoon. I'll be developing the topic on the AN Forums with more animation from Blue Spirit.

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Netflix announces Qwikster - DVDs and video streaming
Written by Charles   
Monday, 19 September 2011 17:35

AN's webmaster Adrian Foster, whose moniker on the forums is Skynet, has been following developments concerning Netflix over the cialis jelly past few weeks ever since the company announced it was raising its fees. There's been a lot of disappointment in Netflix lately for several reasons, the price increase certainly high among those concerns. Skynet posted a topic about this subject in the Current Events Forum on July 12, 2011 and has been keeping us updated since. He's also added another forum topic today as Netflix announces Qwikster, a new aspect to their operations. So Netflix will be video streaming only, and Qwikster will handle DVD rentals. Skynet also explains some of the problems users may encounter with their streaming service. Here's a video released today of the founder of Netflix explaining what their customers can expect from the changes they've made, and apologizing for the miscommunication involved in their recent price increase.

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Medical Animation - a highly skilled art
Written by Charles   
Sunday, 18 September 2011 02:17

When one thinks of online us levitra the art of animation, the first images that come to cialis professional 20 mg mind for most would of course be movies and shows that feature cartoon characters. Not much attention is buy cheap generic cialis given to medical animation, which is a very advanced aspect of the art. I'm developing a topic on the AN Forums that features the work of several medical animation companies, including Microcosm Medical Animation and Nucleus Medical Media to name a few.

This video is from Ghost Productions of Roseville, Minnesota, USA. It was created two years ago in 2009. I chose to feature their company demo reel because of the narrative aspect they gave it. In the video, an artist is working on the restoration of the Sistine Chapel, when he has an accident and falls from the scaffolding. Animation is effectively used to show how his injuries would be administered.  

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