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Something strange is going on in Brooklyn. A giant bread creature is poised to attack the city, aliens are living next door, a bear turns up missing, felt critters are walking & talking, and old people start hooking up on the internets. Maybe there's something funny in the water.

The Pratt Institute's Media Arts Department proudly presents the Traditional Animation thesis films of the graduating class of 2007, as well as selected shorts. Students will be in attendance for a Q&A to talk about their stop motion, 2-D computer animation, and hand-drawn films.

Free and open to the public, May 4th & 5th, 7pm at the Two Boots Pioneer Theater


We are a group of animators that attend Pratt Institute, located in Brooklyn, New York. Here is our archives of sketches, photos, and animations.


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[ Lee ] [ Lena ] [ Nny ]
[ Pam ] [ Steph ]
[ Emmett ] [ Javan ]
[ Maurice ] [ Kat ]
[ Manny ] [ Kris ] [ Isam]
[ Dav-odd ] [ Misha ] [ Jess ]
[ Tony ] [ George ]

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Monday, September 11, 2006

FOR SALE: Handmade animation table with disk

So here is the deal. My Dad is a woodworker and he is selling handmade animation tables with the disks. These tables are handcrafted and are portable, just set them on any table or flat surface ( they fit perfectly on the white drafting tables in the dorms) . They inculde a spinable insert disk that can rotate. Also, you don't have to worry about the electrical because he makes that built into the table. All you supply is the pegbar and the paper!

The price you ask? Just a small payment of 150 dollars. A steal.

If you buy one online they start at 450 dollars!

If you are interested let me know by commenting. I have one so if you want to see the dimension and test one out, let me know and I can have you over. Thanks!


Blogger frankrause said...

These look very nice. Portable is good. If you want to make it a little deluxe, you can take the metal clip off a clipboard and add it to the top so that you can hold paper scraps in place. I've also seen animators add full-size lightswitches to the sides of their tables. They're easy to flick, super sturdy and cheap.

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Blogger Kris said...

Its...beautiful. :O

12:40 PM

Blogger the plummer said...

lee man, ask yer pa how much will it be without the back crossbars and legs, if that's possible for him...


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Anonymous Anonymous said...

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Is your father still making them? And how big are they approximately?
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