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Anime Studio encourages international education

Posted by Smith Micro Blogger on Nov 3, 2010 4:14:46 AM

I'm a big fan of international travel. Many Americans can't or don't leave the country, but I try to go as often as possible because I believe it keeps me young and reminds me that the U.S. isn't the only country in the world. (It's hard not to have that mentality when the national baseball championships here are called the World Series.)

When I saw Victor Paredes' animation about vacation in Chile, which was made in Anime Studio, I thought it was pretty on the money. It's in Spanish, but I think the point is pretty universal.

Victor's got some pretty amazing animations made with Anime Studio. He's also got a really interesting perspective on life. When we talked about super-powers he insisted that all super-powers must have risks, like if you were able to be invisible you must strip your clothes off first and risk being seen nude when your invisibility wore off. I dunno if I'd take that chance!

You can read about Victor's animation and history with Anime Studio (he started six years ago when it was still Moho) at his artist profile. His work is different and very beautiful! It makes me want to make my next vacation in Chile.

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Topics: Moho (Anime Studio)

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