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Zarban wrote:

If that's an example of the artistic ability of the VFX guy who created it, I think I've found his problem.

I lol'd. But it's not necessarily true. I can't draw for shit, either.

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The life of an Indian visual effects artist

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Mark Kermode, the UK's version of Roger Ebert, recently spoke out too:

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Phil Tippett I award you 1000 internets!
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That is now my fb avatar. TYVM.

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Ahahaha.

Teague Chrystie

I have a tendency to fix your typos.

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Teague wrote:

Ahahaha.

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Coming up in London next week, a free event: VFX Forum: What's wrong in VFX and how can we make the industry better?

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fcw wrote:

Coming up in London next week, a free event: VFX Forum: What's wrong in VFX and how can we make the industry better?

Damn - double-booked with an Oliver Stone event at Senate House in London at the same time.

And just like that...

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I sense conspiracy.

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"The Federal Government has announced it will pay $21.6 million for the science fiction film 20,000 Leagues Under The Sea to be made in Australia."

http://m.abc.net.au/browse?page=11144&a … id=4605712

Considering the strength of the Australian dollar, I don't see how else things like this could be made here. The government seems to think it will contribute to the local economy, however I can't see most of the post-production work being captured by Australian business.

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Zarban wrote:

When I was a sophomore, I planned to go to Swarthmore.

Long story short: I founded The Mamas and the Papas instead.

*checks watch*

Laughed my ass off two and a half years later.

Teague Chrystie

I have a tendency to fix your typos.

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