1998 Issues

1998 Issues

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      Volume #12

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      • Issue 63 - January 1998
      • Issue 64 - February 1998
      • Issue 65 - March 1998
      • Issue 66 - April 1998
      • Issue 67 - May 1998
      • Issue 68 - June 1998
      • Issue 69 - July 1998
      • Issue 70 - August 1998
      • Issue 71 - September 1998
      • Issue 72 - October 1998
      • Issue 73 - November/December 1998

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      Issue #73 November/December 1998

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      "A Bug's Life": An Epic of Miniature Proportions - With the sensational success of Toy Story behind them, Pixar hopes to hit the jackpot again with a tale that's told through the perspective of bugs. Bringing The Rugrats Movie to the Screen. UK Visual Effects. First Look: AccelGALAXY and NatureFX. Hardware Review: Intergraph's TDZ 2000 GX1

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      Issue #71 September 1998

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      'War Planets' Make Every Second Count: Mainframe Entertainment, Inc., the company that created ReBoot, umps to the next level of computer generated animation production with its newest TV series, War Planets. Fall TV Preview: More Shows! More Stations! More Stars!

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      Issue #70 August 1998

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      Going Digital: King of the Hill Producers And Other Studios Tell How They Went Digital. Feature Animation Goes For The Brass Ring. The Rising Stars of Computer Generated Imaging & the Toys They Use to Amuse. Global View: Scandinavia. Animated & EFX Feature Film Update

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      Issue #69 July 1998

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      Small Soldiers Lined Up to Do CGI Battle: It's an idea that has taken more than five years to bring to fruition, but the arrival, July 10, of Small Soldiers on the big screen proves once again that when Steven Spielberg wants to get a movie made, it gets made. Cardiff's Vital! Preview. 'Stressed Eric'. Direct-to-Video

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      Issue #68 June 1998

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      Disney Re-Orients Itself with 'Mulan': Finally earning its stripes, Disney's Florida Studio proves it has the right stuff by animating the studio's 36th animated feature. Thematic Channels: Cable Networks are upping the ante with more original animation. The Most Influential in International Animation. Annecy Goes Yearly. E3 = Electronic.

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      Issue #67 May 1998

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      The Quest For Success. Nichimen and Realtime Take Sesame Street 3D. 'Splat Sploosh! Screech': Sound Houses Hear the Cry of Animation Studios' Demands. Computer Game Developers' Conference. Global View: Benelux. Special Report: 3D Studio MAX R2

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      Issue #66 April 1998

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      The House that Nick Built. Bob and Margaret Go Prime-Time. Global View: Springtime for German Animation. The Most Influential in International Animation. MIP-TV '98 Listings

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      Issue #65 March 1998

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      The World Animation Celebration returns and this issue includes the conference schedule, the festival rundown and studio and artist tributes. Invasion America. Business of Animation. Snow White. W.A.C.

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      Issue #64 February 1998

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      This issue takes a look at the relatively new technology of motion capture and continues with more viewpoints from international and scholastic leaders. Also offers a glimpse at the NATPE 1998 event and all the offerings brought to the market along with a global view on France.

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      Issue #63 January 1998

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      The Power People Issue and the year-end review of 1997. This issue offers a month-by-month journey of animation events and technological advances, top 10 lists of companies and people to watch in 1998 and viewpoints of industry leaders.