#1 12-01-2012 3:00 am

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JUICED! Animation Competition

Hey All,

I wanted to share an event with you taking place in March of 2013. The Citrus Cel Animation Film Festival is running a competition called JUICED! This is a 24hr animation competition where teams are given a few texture assets and a theme, and they are given the task of creating an animated short in a mere 24hrs.

This is our second installment of JUICED!, and we would love to get some of you talented animators from the 11 second club to participate. You do not have to be present at the festival to participate and all animation can be done remotely, and submitted to the competitions sponsored YouSendit drop box.

For more information, or to register for the competition, feel free to visit http://www.citruscel.com/juiced2013/

Do you have what it takes to get JUICED!?

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#2 12-01-2012 3:20 am

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Re: JUICED! Animation Competition

I did this one last year (or two years ago? Time is meaningless at this point, ha ha) and it was a ton of fun. Crazy amount of work, though, but still fun.

Here's my entry, if anyone wants to see it.

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Good luck with this year's competition! Who knows, maybe I'll try it again. Except this time I would TOTALLY get a group together, because going it alone was insanely hard. smile


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#3 12-01-2012 3:25 am

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Re: JUICED! Animation Competition

AWESOME!!! Glad to hear you enjoyed yourself JKR! big_smile Yeah...a group is ideal! We'd love to have you again if you are interested!

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#4 12-01-2012 3:27 am

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Re: JUICED! Animation Competition

Probably, thanks. I'll need to woo in some teammates, though.

What's the prize, do you know? If you can tell me that I might have a better chance convincing a few of my animation friends to join in, with less begging and crying on my part. smile


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#5 12-14-2012 4:49 am

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Re: JUICED! Animation Competition

JKR-

We have a few sponsors, but we are waiting for some confirmations. As soon as we are greenlit, I will let you know! smile

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#6 12-20-2012 3:34 pm

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Re: JUICED! Animation Competition

Don't forget to check out the site and info about JUICED! www.citruscel.com/juiced2013

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#7 01-23-2013 3:50 pm

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Re: JUICED! Animation Competition

Hey Everyone! Just wanted to update you on our Software Sponsor for Juiced. We would like to announce that DigiCel Flipbook will be a sponsor, along with You SendIt.

DigiCel site: http://digicelinc.com/

We are still accepting applications for teams, so be sure to register!

-JUICED!

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#8 02-20-2013 2:25 am

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Re: JUICED! Animation Competition

Hey All–

We officially have DigiCel Flipbook, Toon Boom Storyboard Pro, and Corel Painter as prizes for the winning animations at the JUICED! 24 hour animation competition. You have about one week left if you are interested in registering as a team or individual. Hope to see some of you guys and gals participate!

You can register here: http://citruscel.com/juiced2013/

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#9 02-20-2013 5:29 pm

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Re: JUICED! Animation Competition

Storyboard Pro, huh? Wow, I would really love that... How does one go about getting that one, do you know? Do I need to like, shoot for 2nd place or something? smile

I'd really still like to enter, but I'm not sure if I'm going to have the constitution for it this year. Been busy and I remember the first time the 24 hour thing was pretty intense. I have some serious thinking to do!


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#10 02-21-2013 3:34 pm

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Re: JUICED! Animation Competition

It will probably be for first or second place. Think quickly. We only have one week left to register. :-/

Can you get a friend to help you out?

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#11 03-01-2013 3:40 pm

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Re: JUICED! Animation Competition

Alright, I convinced a good friend of mine to join me in the attempt, so we're in. smile

Nothing like waiting until the last second to sign up, huh?

LAST CALL PEOPLE! http://citruscel.com/juiced2013/


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#12 03-05-2013 5:05 am

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Re: JUICED! Animation Competition

Awesome! I saw that you registered! We have twice as many teams as last year, so there will be some good competition and stuff you guys will produce! big_smile

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#13 03-30-2013 3:25 am

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Re: JUICED! Animation Competition

In the middle of this right now, and burning the midnight oil! Good luck to everyone involved, it's a cool theme this year! smile


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