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Old 01-04-2010, 10:33 PM   #1
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Default Meet Meline - Finally finished

Many moons ago I started talking to a guy on cgtalk and he and his girl friend have just finished one of the best animated shorts I have ever seen. It has been really cool watching this grow from a cloth and hair test to this work of art.

You guys have to check this out

http://www.meetmeline.com

“Meline is a little girl who spends most of her time in her grand-parents barn, drawing. One day, a scared furry little creature gets lost in the barn. All excited about this mysterious creature, Meline will now try as hard as she can to approach it and discover it.”

"Meet Meline" tells the story of a little girl named Meline, that will be faced with an extraordinary event. A strange little creature will appear on her life. So does Meline know that little creature, is it real, what will happen when she meets this mysterious creature for the first time? The audience follows Meline as she goes through many emotions from curiosity to excitement, and also fear or even passion!
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I remember following that at cgtalk when he first started....really beautiful work...was very cool to follow the process. Great thread.
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I absolutely love it beautiful work.
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Beautiful.

I was following this for awhile over at CGTalk. A lot of hard work went into this... it sure payed off for them though!
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