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Old 03-03-2007, 04:19 PM   #1
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Just thought I would post this for info and incase anyone else is interested... Click Here for more info on the exibits.

I went to the current show in Edinburgh and it was great. Unfortunatly there was no photographs allowed. The artwork is fantastic, not only are they a bunch of talented 3D artists their 2D art is superb. Anyway sorry all the US shows are gone, but there is still one to go in Melbourne, so you guys need to get your butts there to see it.
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nice thought, thanks, wish I had the time and money
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you should go, I am sure you can spare some money, it's not that expensive. I went when it was in london and enjoyed it very much
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wow thanks for the mention of that chris, im one of the biggest pixar fans and hope to take over them in the future :p well thats my wish, lol

im going to the melbourne one for sure thanks for the heads up again ...

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