Project London to be included<br />in “Art of Blender”
Sep 2013 09

Artwork from Project London has been accepted into a beautiful new book, Art of Blender – Volume 1. CG Cookie, the publisher of this beautiful book, received 650 entries and was only able to accept 53. It’s a huge honor for us to be included and we are very grateful. We provided a brand new image of the Arizona exosuit blazing across the sky, along with several other items of interest. If you look closely at the trailer for the book (below), you might just catch a glimpse of one of the images.

It’s a huge undertaking to create this kind of book, from gathering and selecting artwork, to creating beautiful page layouts, editing copy and preparing the mechanical files for lavish printing and then distribution. And for a short time, while they are finishing the book, you can pre-order it at a discount. The plan is to start shipping this beautiful render showcase in November! Order your copy today and save.

Coming up next:

  • September 21-22, 2013: Appearance at the Rose City Comic Con. Visit us in the Artist Alley at table G-10 to get your copy of Project London. See the screening on Sunday at 11am in Room 3, and meet the filmmakers including Jen Page (Xing), Geoffery Simmons (Benin), Barry Gregg (Director of Photography), Wesley Slover (Original Score), Nathan Taylor (Visual Effects Artist), Phil McCoy (Executive Producer).
  • October 4-6, 2013: Screening at VCON, 10 PM, Friday October 4th (link to Friday schedule). You will need a weekend or one day membership pass to see the screening. A weekend membership can be purchased online until September 15 – an Adult membership is $45 (25% off at the door rates) and there are discounts for seniors, students and youth under 19. They also offer one-day memberships at the door – a Friday Adult membership is $22 Canadian. Reserve your seat now! People are already signing up.
  • November 1-3, 2013: A sneak peak screening of Project London at GameHoleCon with Jen Page following her Geek Seekers panel.
  • March 28-30, 2014: Appearance at the Emerald City Comic Con.

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