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    Default Preview of my first laser show module

    Hello All,

    A short while ago I finally aquired a basic seat in Pangolin.
    I have been working long and hard learning the Pangolin tools and improving my show design skills.

    Before starting production on some elaborate educaional modules I have in mind I decided to practice on a laser show "ballad".... A slow song that would allow me to pace through slowly while improving my skills.

    I will admit, what I ended up producing was kind of wierd for my first "sit down and design from skratch" show but it's certainly a good public service =)

    I was driving home from work and heard this song on the radio and thought of a show concept.. Reading into the lyrics I envisioned a breast cancer awareness show module.

    I am proud to say that all of the frames, abstracts and animations were created from skratch... In fact my goal is to use absolutely NO stock material in my shows as this will make my work truely "My Work" =)

    Please enjoy and let me know what you think =)

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E1IZFQAm51g

    If there is any interest in aquireing the laser show module for your collection I will be happy to share if you promise to donate $5 to the Breast Cancer Society (http://www.breastcancersociety.org/)



    Regards,

    Sean
    www.LaserGuyProductions.com

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    very nicely done...

    not using any stock frames is quite an accomplishment...

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    very nice job all around, and kudos for learning frame creation techniques along the way!

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    A Damn fine job Sir.

    Well done that man.

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    As all above and wonderfully accompanied with the music, very NICE work!!

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    Wow!

    VERY nicely done, Sean, and for a great cause!

    I do believe you might just have a future in laser show creation!!
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    Hi Sean

    that was wonderfull .... so much smootheness and hardly a straight line in sight

    if that was your first atempt .... what are your future creations going to be like ....

    i dont have a use for the module but enjoyed the Youtube Video so much that i have just donated $10 to your good cause
    (http://www.breastcancersociety.org/)

    well done .... and i hope your work helps the above charity

    all the best ....

    Karl

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    Beautifully done Sean!


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    They already said said it .... congrats!
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