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Old 25-12-2010, 04:55 PM   #1
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I just caught this in a thread somewhere, I hadn't seen it before and it made me laugh. It was made by an animation student who wasn't happy with the CG education he recieved at his school, so for those of you going to school in the new year make sure to pick with care Or take revenge like this...

YouTube - Colin's Bear Animation
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bahahahahaha like the end credit

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Lol yeah that one is a classic piece. I remember when I first saw it, I was thinking "uhh what?" then started laughing uncontrollably when I saw the credits.
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Ha Ha.

Really innovative way of expressing his anguish and anger. He would have sure done better if he had been to a good school.

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Hahhahah that's actually quite creative...so he must have learned something at that schoolLOL
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wahoooo This is the great creativity.First time i see the this type of video.
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http://simplymaya.com/forum/showthread.php?t=31825

Haven't we done this one before?

He added the 'thanks for nothing' afterwards and he only did one module in 3D; the context kind of takes the fun out of it but I think it's necessary to protect the university's reputation a bit.
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Could be wrong, but I think the bear came from somewhere other than the uni too.
http://www.amazon.com/Learning-Autod...5897872&sr=8-4

Edit: Yeah, I know that's open season or whatever the movie was, but I'm fairly sure the modelling section of the book is the bear.

Edit after yet another view: Yeah... just keeps getting funnier.

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