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Taken from 2005 re-relase Dragon Wars
it up here. I'm curious to hear your thoughts as animation fans about it, and if you think it would make a good TV series or not (the show wouldn't be about the romance but more about life in the real world vs the online world). This was done on a really low budget. Also, sorry about the Viacom watermark, this is the only copy I have. Cast: Kyle - Wil Wheaton Rosemary - Jentle Phoenix Harold - Alex Polinsky Martin/Willy - Charlie Schlatter Crimson - Aliki Theofilopoulos Kyle+Rosemary ...
Intelligent Life Submitted by Jeff Spoonhower The Pen is Mightier Submitted by Beard of Moose Productions Oh man, oh man alive, are you guys lucky! It's a Channel Frederator for the Ages! First up is Intelligent Life, a poor advanced species that attempts to master the dying art of Vaudeville. Then it's the Pen Is Mightier, a tale of the poor downtrodden proletariat rising up against the bourgeoisie.And speaking of luck, The Fredbot announces the winner of the Saint Patrick's ...
Paul Krick, Frank Mahoney Crew Bryan Brinkman, Co-director Dan Pinto, Co-director Matt Gaston, Co-director Festivals ASIFA East Film Festival, NYC 2007 ASIFA San Francisco Film Festival, CA 2007 Channel Frederator Episode 86, 2007 Sundays in the Afternoon Festival, NYC 2007 Awards 2nd Place in Student Category at Asifa East. Filmmaker Bio Uber Street Studios is a small production house based out of New York City. It was created in 2003 by Bryan Brinkman, Dan Pinto, and Matt Gaston ... Bryan ...
This is the evolution of the Frederator production tag we created, starting with the old tag and ending with the firt version of the new tag.
Here we've got the animation pretty much finished and the first pass at the effects for the trail.
This is the second blocking pass for the Frederator production tag. I moved the robot over more from center, and added some animation on his feet. He also makes the letters bounce a bit when he lands.
This is a rough blocking of the Frederator production tag.
This is a rough first pass at a CG production tag for Frederator.
This is the animated production tag for Frederator Incorporated productions.
- Make Mine a Shoebox by Chris Harding. - Fumi and the Bad Luck Foot by David Chai - Yeah, You Can Be My Muse by Jo Overfield and Liam Brazier with music by Amplifico Make Mine a Shoebox is a funny, 50's-style retro look back at the creation and production of Shoebox greeting cards. Made by Chris Harding. In Fumi and the Bad Luck Foot, Fumi's foot has the worst luck until she finds out that her bad luck foot can be used for good. "Yeah, You Can Be My Muse" is a sweet music video where ...
Earl Boone is Alive (A Portrait) by Tom Deslongchamp, To Bring or Not to Bring a Condom on a First Date? by Girls & Sports Comics, Cuidado by Joseph W. Krzemienski, krzFiction Productions
2006 MTV Movie Awards - Show Open by Mainframe Creative Services, Loose Change by Lee Rubenstein, The Pearl by Grand Design Productions, Josie and Chomps by Joe Voisin
Help Wanted by Kyle Mohr, Dude Corp: Prank Caller and New Chair by Rubberductions, Fred and Earl by Lee Rubenstein, Dude Corp: Fan and Ice Skating by Rubberductions, The Grouch by Rumpus Room Productions
"The Irok-Z Song" by the High Speed Scene by Nylon Motion, My Little Obsessive Compulsive Friend by Steven A. MacLeod, Fly Boy: "Pet Peeves" by Merola Productions, In-Out by Ian Etra
...I’ve always had a soft spot for science fiction about people doing their futuristic day jobs. If you are a fan of Channel Frederator type cartoons, you will like these. In fact I’ve encouraged Mike to submit for inclusion in their show. We’ll see how that...
Evil Genius Chronicles