I need an animator to create a trailer for a project I'm running. If interested email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. To check out my project go here. All interested parties should send a link to a sample animation. The project is serious in nature and is zombie based. Check it out for your self. Will give you script and in depth details once contacted.
here is a bit on the Project.
Dead Meat chronicles the journey of two survivors--Gavin and Benny--as the town of River's Edge falls to pieces around them. The destruction of River's Edge begins with an influx of rodents and "rabies" cases leading to a quarantine of the city. Those who remain in town are attacked and fed upon by packs of the living dead. Labeling the infected residents "bees" for their tendency to travel in swarms, Gavin and Benny must do their best to survive the chaos in River's Edge while making their way north in search of sanctuary. No one knows what waits outside River's Edge, but Gavin and Benny know that to survive, they must escape.
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"So about the actual blog. Any joe-schmo can write us a Zombie fiction that is nothing more than over processed Romero references vomited through a high school literacy level filled with nothing more than blood, guts, and death. However, it takes REAL talent to give us a zombie tale that is intriguing, entertaining, and ultimately...REAL." - Day of the woman
"I've seen a good number of zombie movies in my day and the story going on in this blog is 100 times better and more well thought out than the lot of them. While most zombie tales follow the same conventions and rules that we've all seen and tend to revel in the exciting and fun gore that a zombie outbreak provides, Dead Meat keeps the violence realistic and dare I say even tragic." - Freddy in Space
"Dead Meat is a contrast from other stories that I have read, it has all of the action and often the gore but it focuses more on the emotions and the collapse of the survivors, it's raw and unrelenting. The sense of realism thrusts you into a truly captivating story as if you were reading the memoirs of 2 survivors fighting a battle that until now had only existed in books and movies." - Revenant Magazine
"As you know, anything that has to do with zombies should have plenty of gore and Dead Meat hasn't disappointed in that department. The Williams brothers don't hold back in their descriptions and while not over the top, I think they do a pretty good job of giving us enough things to wince at." - Arcon Citadel