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Each of the first three Beaver Creek Episodes won a national gold medal from the Scholastic Art and Writing awards! I get to go to New York City, and receive the awards at Carnegie Hall! My art teacher said no one has won nationals from my school, in over ten years!
Thats great! Well Done!
THAT IS SO INCREDIBLY AWESOME!!!
WE WILL ALL REMEMBER YOUR NAME WHEN YOUR MAKING ANIMATIONS AND WE SEE THEM IN THE CINEMA!!!!!!!!!!
that is Beyond BRILLIANT!!!! Well done!!!
i am really exited! my school has a closed circuit TV station that has the announcements every morning, and they want to announce that i've won, and play one of the episodes, so all of the school (about 1500 people) will see it.
Wow! Thats a big school!
Your deffo coming to my big Hollywood party.
(Anyone remember back in 2007 when I said that when Im a actor in Hollywood you can all come to my mansion for a party with Cheese, Crackers and Gromit biscuits? xD )
well, if my dreams come true and my talent is discovered i will invite all you guys...even concon!!
LOL, even me!
at the moment i am working on another video for a contest, and I developed a new character for it. I should be done with it pretty soon, the deadline is april 15th so it should be done by then.
WOW! almost been three months since I found out! Well, I just got back from New York City. I am tired, I will surely elaborate tomorrow, relating to the awards, basically, I was at Carnegie Hall! Tribeca Film Institute! World Financial Center! Then of coarse we did some site seeing. I had never been to New York City, much less that north... quite a bit different than Louisville, Ky.
AMAZING! Well done! Congratulations!
Well done Ian! I knew you could do something amazing!
Yeah! I got three gold medals, then got to stand up on stage with the other best teen artists in the country at Carnegie Hall! Anyone that isn't familiar with Carnegie Hall, it is the probably the most famous, theater/stage/concert hall in America, Maybe the world. In honor of the awards, the empire state building was lit gold that night.
The next day they had a screening, at Tribeca Film institute, of the films who won.
That's also a big deal, Tribeca is one of the most famous theaters in the world. And beaver Creek has been projected upon it's screens. I know Vincent can agree, that it is amazing to see your films on a movie screen. Beaver Creek Was a hit, people loved it, the audience engaged it more than the other eleven films. We talked to the other kids, and the film judges (they said they weren't sure at first if a kid could have made it)
That night they had a reception in the courtyard gallery in the World Fianancial Center, They have a lot of the art up and moniters playing the film's. Y'all should have seen people crowding 'round Beaver Creek, it's the only one that happened on.
Oh! And if anyone is going to be in New York, check it out! The gallery is up til' the 25!
Of course we saw all the famous stuff... Empire state building, statue of liberty, Carnegie Hall.....yeah....... times square. All the other stuff.
I would have been there myself if I lived in America!
The set detail and animation is superb. I knew you'd get an award for it some day! Which episode did you screen?
Well done! REALLY AMAZING IAN!
shaun the lamb, all three of them won, and all three were shown at tribeca and the gallery.
I am throwing this out here, not quite sure if it is against house rules, but I uploaded my pictures to facebook, I can put some of them on here but not many, becuase most of them have me in them, http://www.facebook.com/album.php?aid=16298&id=1751095906
if the link gets taken down it's no big deal, if you don't want to see what I look like, for security reasons or whatever don't look, but I don't really care if people on here know what I look like.
I became friends with you on Facebook(the one with the guitar)
Ian I can't see any pictures... It says the page expired...
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Great pictures Ian! I had a look at some more. I like the one with you animated the beaver creek theme song, the set is a lot bigger than I thought it was.
really, most people think it is smaller than it looks, to give you a sense of scale, the set is on an old door, so it's about seven feet long.
i sent you a friend request
that shows you how big those medals are, and they're heavy.
Very Cool Ian
Congratulations; Twigs, Drake, and Fish!
Don't forget Riley!
Hehe, that's why he is sneaking up to get them medals.
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