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Written by Charles   
Sunday, 11 September 2011 04:17

A new educational content and tutorial source website for animators has launched. It's called AnimationScout.tv. It features articles, interviews, animation fundamental videos, and free rigs produced by their staff. They've interviewed Victor Navone of Pixar and more is http://touchstoneclimbing.com/levitra-online-sales on the best price viagra way. They've also rigged an unusual funny 'egg like' character and and giving it away free! There's more info in the topic that's been posted on the AN Forums. Check out their promotional video...

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Stephen Silver at next AN Night - September 27, 2011
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Friday, 09 September 2011 09:40

The last Tuesday of cialis pharmacy in india each month we sponsor an event here in Burbank called AnimationNation Night. It's a social - creative - educational gathering that attracts large groups of people. Most of the time we have guest speakers who are prominent in the industry, or we have screenings, or both.

This month we'll be hosting the great Stephen Silver, one of the outstanding character designers in animation. Steve is renowned not only for his work on some of the most popular cartoons on what is better viagra or levitra TV over the years. He's also at the forefront of artists who are independently successful in their own right. A creative individual with no equal in the business.

For more info on Stephen Silver head on over to his site. For info on this coming AN Night  please follow the link to real viagra the AN Forum. For info on AN Night in general, follow this link.     

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'Get Out' - Award Winning Student Film from ESMA
Written by Charles   
Friday, 09 September 2011 00:44

The more I see of student animated content the www.americanfoods.com more amazed I am at just how incredible the level of creative brilliance is in our industry worldwide, and there's no shortage of www.wowgraphicdesigns.com it in France.

I don't know much about this particular animated short other than it has a funny twist to the ending. It originates from the Ecole Superieure Des Metiers Artistiques. Obviously a fine educational institution for the arts judging by this film entitled "Get Out". There's a website associated with it at getout-lefilm.com. Apparently it's won some prestigious awards at film festivals throughout Europe and the USA in 2009 and 2010. Here's the corresponding topic on the forums. Enjoy the film...

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'Mazes' by István Orosz
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Thursday, 08 September 2011 08:32

Time to celebrate some Hungarian animation. Adrian Foster, our webmaster who goes by the moniker of Skynet on the forums, posted this video recently of an animated short by István Orosz. A Hungarian born painter, designer and animator, his work is inspired by the surreal art of M.C. Escher who created masterpieces of optical illusion throughout the http://sws-bl.com/viagra-england 20th Century. Take a look at  István Orosz's amazing "Mazes" from 2008 and marvel at the mind of this great talent. Here's the topic on the forums.

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'Santa's Apprentice' coming November 10, 2011
Written by Charles   
Wednesday, 07 September 2011 08:50

There's an animated Christmas special on the way from our friends Down Under. It's called "Santa's Apprentice" and it looks to be a real treat for the Season. Its release date is slated for November 10, 2011. It came out last Christmas for the French language market and did well. This Holiday Season it'll be in English. Richard Bailey is an artist in Melbourne, Australia who worked on the film. For more info on Santa's Apprentice visit the AN Forum topic which features a write up about the movie. Meantime, enjoy the trailer... 

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