Computer Animation (if you had link problems, here are new ones)
- Hello! I received an email from someone about my previous email to you, apparently when they clicked the links that were attached to the words they did not work, so here in this email, I have the links typed out and clickable for you, just in case you had the same problem. This will resolve it. This happens to some folks probably due to the different email settings and how they interpret reading links. Thank you for all your help!
New begin -
My new animation "dandelion" was the most sequential animation that I have done. It was generated for the film2music (http://www.film2music.com/) competition in which registrants are asked to select a track from the composers cd and create a video to accompany it. Previous to this competition I had been busy producing "The Mark"
(http://www.nanogirl.com/personal/themark.htm) for the aniboom contest
This meant that I had only a couple weeks to create and complete this one. As elaborate as a concept this piece was, the time line wasn't feasible but I crunched through nights without sleep to get it in on time. I just barely made it, but I made it!
So the prize for this one is not only money but meetings with a famous producer and agent! And this time, it's no sweat to vote,
(http://www.cinematiccd.com/votedandelion/) you don't have to sign up or register for anything, no typing at all, it's just one click and "send", okay so technically that's two clicks, but that's all just clicks! So please come vote for me friends.
Come watch dandelion here: http://www.nanogirl.com/personal/dandelion.htm
- an animation about hope and faith in ones future dreams. Thank you all!
Blog comments about this animation are invited: http://maxanimation.blogspot.com/2006/11/dandelion.html
Hope you all had a happy Hallows Eve!
'animator for hire'
Gina "Nanogirl" Miller
Animation Blog: http://maxanimation.blogspot.com/
Craft blog: http://nanogirlblog.blogspot.com/
Foresight Senior Associate http://www.foresight.org
Nanotechnology Advisor Extropy Institute http://www.extropy.org
"Nanotechnology: Solutions for the future."
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