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'Sintel' - Blender Foundation a year later
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Tuesday, 27 September 2011 19:57

If you haven't seen this film yet, here's your opportunity to watch it. A year ago nearly to the day on September 30, 2010, "Sintel" went online and http://telerieg.net/online-viagra-uk made a strong and immediate impression as to what can be achieved in the area of independent animation through open source software. The project was initiated by the Blender Foundation as a means to further improve and validate the Blender free/open source 3D creation suite. With initial funding provided by means of www.furtheryourpassion.ca thousands of donations through the canadian pharmacy internet community. Sintel is a touching film involving the relationship between a girl and an injured baby dragon she rescues and nurtures back to soft viagra looks like health.  ANer Glen Moyes brought this to our attention last year at this Forum Topic. He writes... "What makes these open movie projects so important to the animation community? They are 100% open (as in open source). All of the software used to create these films are free. Blender for the 3D animation, GIMP and Krita for textures and concept art." He provides more info here.

A year later, Sintel has 2,620,248 YouTube views as of this writing. Enjoy the film.

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'I Love You' by Katy O'Connor
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Tuesday, 27 September 2011 07:06

This strange yet dazzling animated short utilizes a very creative approach to rotoscoping, as well as free form shape oriented absract animation. It made the film festival circuit last year including Animafest Zagreb, the Vox Feminae Film Festival, Holland Animation Film Festival, Animanima in Serbia, it was also in the International Showcase at the Ottawa International Animation Festival and the vardenafil levitra Panorama Showcase at the Melbourne Animation Festival. Visit the Forum topic as I'll be expanding it to feature other rotoscoped works. From Katy O'Connor in brilliant color and crystal clear vibrant resolution, here's "I Love You"...

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'Secret Mountain Fort Awesome' debuts on Cartoon Network
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Monday, 26 September 2011 20:27

Cartoon Network seems to be doing everything it can to discount levitra online break new ground in the area of the most unappealing animated shows anyone can conceive. Bizarre designs, absurdly ridiculous storylines, and of course the obligatory potty humor are the course that the cable broadcaster is embarked upon with their newest show. This evening at 8:30 PM Eastern and http://applicationlink.com//var/www/clients/client8/web34/web/order-original-levitra Pacific time,  "Secret Mountain Fort Awesome" will be making its premiere debut on American television. Who knows, maybe this formula works for Cartoon Network. Judge for yourselves as to what audiences can expect from this new primetime series by watching the two trailers below. There's more to see and read on the subject at the Forum topic

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'Sita Sings the http://www.karate.co.za/buy-levitra-online-without-prescription Blues' by Nina Paley
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Monday, 26 September 2011 05:49

How often does a film get a perfect score of 100% for positive reviews on RottenTomatoes.com? This movie is included in that elite club.

A modern day masterpiece of animation, "Sita Sings the Blues" is the story of fast viagra two women and their man troubles, separated by the centuries as their stories come together in a comedy-drama from the genius of animator Nina Paley. Based on the Hindu folk tale "The Ramayana", vintage recordings of jazz singer Annette Hanshaw are used for Sita's voice against the junky beat of traditional Indian music.

Completed in 2008, here's the movie in its entirety...

For more about Sita Sings the Blues, visit the film's official website. Here's the topic on generic viagra sale the Forums. If you don't have the time at the moment to watch the entire film, check out the www.hardwoodskiandbike.ca first few minutes for an idea of what you can expect from it...

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'Gary' - animated short film from Supinfocom
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Sunday, 25 September 2011 19:04

There's something about animated films from France that distinguishes them from everything else. The story content, the visual stylization, the sensitivity of movement, whatever the secret ingredient may be, they do it in exceptional ways. Another strength is their ability to allow viewers to follow the storyline even though they may not know the language and what exactly is being said.

Such is the case with this great little film called "Gary". It's about a boy who has romantic fantasies of an older girl, and tries to live them out vicariously through a drawn character he creates.

The film is http://pridefest.com/cialis-without-prescription-online a product of espritnordest.com Supinfocom, an animation school in France, which makes it all the more extraordinary since it's the result of student work. Take a look at this excellent short from 2008. Here's the link to only for you cheap levitra india the Forum topic

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