[extropy-chat] My first Demo Reel and Query

Gina Miller nanogirl at halcyon.com
Fri Apr 13 08:19:18 UTC 2007

Hi there Anna - so glad you had the opportunity to take a closer look at my work, and thank you for your kind words. Most of your favorites are mine as well. Some of the others, might not seem like they have a beginning/end or are short because they were experimental, a project to develop a particular skill. You certainly can send your family links to my pages that contain holiday greetings. I am glad you enjoyed my animations, that's what it's all about. Kind regards, 

Gina "Nanogirl" Miller
Nanotechnology Industries
Personal: http://www.nanogirl.com
Animation Blog: http://maxanimation.blogspot.com/
Craft blog: http://nanogirlblog.blogspot.com/
Foresight Senior Associate http://www.foresight.org
Nanotechnology Advisor Extropy Institute  http://www.extropy.org
Email: nanogirl at halcyon.com
"Nanotechnology: Solutions for the future."
  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Anna Taylor 
  To: extropy-chat at lists.extropy.org 
  Sent: Wednesday, April 11, 2007 7:00 AM
  Subject: [extropy-chat] My first Demo Reel and Query

  Hi Gina,
  I haven't been able to view any of your art before
  now. (My computer is ancient but I am in the process
  of purchasing a new one).  I had the opportunity to
  use a different computer and thought I would check out
  what you do.

  Thank you, I truly enjoyed your work, I think you have
  remarkable talent.  Your demo is a great
  representation of some of your finest work. 

  Some of my thoughts for what it's worth:

  Your choice in music enhances your art making the
  complete package fascinating and your character
  animation is fantastic. Some of my favorites are The
  Gift, Dandelion, The Mark, Moon Goddess and Seasonal. 

  I truly enjoyed The Odyssey as I envisioned a mixture
  of your art entwined with mine.  I imagined a huge
  stage with a huge background projector playing your
  movie with ballet dancers on stage.  Each playing a
  part in an exceptional story.  Isn't it amazing how
  Mozart can still create vision? I also envisioned
  Zenith as an opening to a Walt Disney Movie, an
  introduction to a far away place. I thought Particle 2
  was a little short, I would have liked to see a little
  more.  I had a little trouble with Countrified, Blue
  and Converse as I couldn't clearly see what was going
  on, it was a little dark.  (I'm assuming that has
  something to do with my computer).  I enjoyed Happy
  New Year and thought how nice it would be if I could
  send such an e-mail to my friends and family.  

  All in all, I had a great time discovering your art
  and it was time well spent.  You gave me ideas and
  made me think. 

  Thanks again,

  Art for art's sake, with no purpose, for any purpose
  perverts art. But art achieves a purpose which is not
  its own. [1804]-Benjamin Constant

  The aim of every artist is to arrest motion, which is
  life, by artificial means and hold it fixed so that a
  hundred years later, when a stranger looks at it, it
  moves again since it is life. ~William Faulkner

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