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'Rooty Toot Toot' from 1951
Written by Charles   
Friday, 19 August 2011 18:06

I'm obliged to Skynet, AN's webmaster, for posting this video on the forums and rediscovering the gem. This is overnight canadian viagra an animated short with great historical significance. It's called "Rooty Toot Toot" and was produced in 1951 by a company called UPA (United Productions of America). Some of the most significant animation talents of invens.nl the day were involved in this film, including director John Hubley, Art Babbitt, Grim Natwick and several others. It was nominated for an Academy Award that year, and although it didn't win, UPA went on to artistically dominate the decade of the 1950s and beyond, leaving an influential creative legacy that endures to order viagra here our own time.

Today, we look at cartoons like Rooty Toot Toot and take the design, feel, tempo and style of it for granted. But in 1951, it was an absolutely revolutionary approach to animation. Something that flew in the visit our site cialis to order face of convention and everything that most in animation thought of as the way to do things. It opened new possibilities and methods of approaching the art, giving all a glimpse into what animation can achieve and the future of the craft. Even today, it still holds up and even surpasses what we think of herbal alternative to levitra as contemporary animation.

So without further adieu, here's the great Rooty Toot Toot for all to enjoy.

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24 in 24 Hours - Animation in a Day
Written by Charles   
Friday, 19 August 2011 02:31

How much animation can be produced in 24 hours? Animator James Lee shows that with some help from a support crew and music composer Hannia Lee a remarkable amount of creative productivity can be achieved.

Take a look at "24 Animations in 24 Hours". I'm not keen on the plural use of 'animation', but when it's the title of the film, that's the way it is. The forum topic can be accessed here. Also, the music can be purchased here along with other scores composed by Hannia Lee for James Lee animated films.

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'The King of the Island' by Arte.Five Animation Studio
Written by Charles   
Thursday, 18 August 2011 07:41

Check out this charming animated short film.

It's about a boy named Gioannin, a 6 year old child living in Italy at the beginning of the 1900s. He dreams of his strong and usa levitra wonderful father he never knew, who was lost at sea and never returned. He'll discover that a dream is not worth what real life can naturally give, despite its difficulties and disappointments.

It's in Italian with English subtitles.

Here's the studio's website: Arte.Five Animation Studio, and here's the topic on the AN Forum. Enjoy!

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London International Animation Festival - Aug 26-Sep 4 2011
Written by Charles   
Wednesday, 17 August 2011 21:44

London Int Animation Festival

For many years we've been happy to feature news and announcements on AN's Festivals and Events Forum. Here's the latest about another animation festival that's on the scene, the largest of www.missionclinics.org its kind.

It's the London International Animation Festival and it's taking place at the Barbicon, Europe's largest multi-arts and conference venue. The LIAF will be screening the best, new animation from every corner of the world. Everyone lucky enough to attend will have a great time over the course of the ten day festival. Follow the buy now online levitra links posted here or head to the topic on the AN Forums for more info. 

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"Dragon Nest" on the way
Written by Charles   
Tuesday, 16 August 2011 19:19

If you're into online multi-player games, I'm sure you'll be interested in 'Dragon Nest'. It'll be going live soon. The look of the game is very impressive, with a lot of cool creatures to viagra without prescription fight and next day viagra destroy. The overall graphics are of a very high quality and the game play appears to be challenging. You can customize the look of your characters as well.

Her's the official trailer. You can also see additional video on the dedicated topic on the AN Forums.

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