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Classic Cinefex for iPad Kickstarter by New Scribbler Press

If you are familiar with Cinefex Magazine and know what an awesome resource of behind the scenes pictures, interviews with creators, from pretty much every film from the past fifty years that has special effects in it well, your lucky, because I was not made aware of it until today.  New Scribbler Press is doing a Kickstarter for an iPad version of the first 126 issues; which you can get if you donate $285, or you can donate $50 for the issues covering Stop Motion!  The 17 films which they cover are as in the following promotion picture:
For the $50 backer level, you will be able to download to your iPad, these 12 issues of Cinefex on Stop-Motion Animation.

Coraline!  Nightmare Before Christmas!  James and The Giant Peach! Come on, it looks awesome right?  Or am I just a huge geek?  Anyway, there goal is to reach $217,500
and they are currently at $216,875 - not much more to go.  They have 7 more days left until the project expires.  As always, I'm not pressing on you to donate but if you are truly a Stop Motion Geek...  Need I say more?

The Kickstarter video link: http://kck.st/113xLSx
Cinefex website: http://cinefex.com
New Scribbler website: http://newscribbler.com


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