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

When one thinks of the art of animation, the first images that come to mind for most would of course be movies and we like it price of levitra shows that feature cartoon characters. Not much attention is given to revistaneon.net medical animation, which is a very advanced aspect of cialis on sale 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 canadian pharmacy cialis prescription scaffolding. Animation is effectively used to show how his injuries would be administered.  

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Do good artists copy? Do great artists steal?
Written by Charles   
Saturday, 17 September 2011 03:59

I don't think they do, friends. If you copy then you're a copier. If you steal then you're a thief. There's nothing great about that. Attributed to Pablo Picasso, the saying, "Good artists copy, great artists steal", has become a commonplace philosophy in many circles today, but I never bought into it nor do I now. The greatest artists create. They pioneer, explore, they discover new roads and new worlds. They don't duplicate, they originate. They innovate.

Adrian Foster, aka Skynet our webmaster extraordinaire, published an excellent commentary today on the forums. Here's a video he attached to his topic. It's Steve Jobs musing on this thinking of copying and stealing, and with all due respect of course, needlessly and erroneously perpetuating an unhealthy attitude and philosophy towards what it means to be an artist.

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Yarim Machado's demo reel
Written by Charles   
Friday, 16 September 2011 17:01

A member of the AN Forums, Yarim Machado recently posted his demo reel in the Gallery. Yarim is located in Puerto Rico. Based upon his reel, he looks to be a very versatile animator. I like featuring the work of talented individuals. As an educator that's something I've been doing for many years. When a member posts their work on wow look it natural viagra the forums and it's of exceptional quality, I like to online levitra prescription share it with our homepage audience. So take a look at Yarim Machado's reel and cheapest viagra prescription enjoy the show. Here's a link to Yarim's blog.

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Pixologic debuts ZBrush 4 R2 on September 20, 2011
Written by Charles   
Friday, 16 September 2011 01:47

Have you ever tried creating with ZBrush? It's an amazing and powerful digital sculpting software that allows artists to come up with extraordinary imagery. On September 20, Pixologic, a Los Angeles based company, will release its latest version of buy cialis online us ZBrush for both Windows and Mac platforms. More info is www.jubileecampaign.nl available at the topic on AN's Business Forum. You can also access the Pixologic site and their community. Meanwhile, enjoy a video demonstration of ZBrush 4 R2 in action.

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Glen Keane draws upon the character of Rapunzel
Written by Charles   
Thursday, 15 September 2011 19:17

The best character designers and animators who design characters are mindful of something very important. That is, the character of the character they're creating. Take a look at animation legend Glen Keane of Disney Studios as he sketches Rapunzel from "Tangled". He not only draws the cialis blood thinner character, he's aware of her personality as well. To see more of Glen Keane in action, follow this link to the AN's Education Forum for additional video.

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