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Stoehr
07-10-2005, 08:22 PM
Come visit the newest version of The Lady and the Lion (http://theladyandthelion.com/)! First, I'd like to apologize for not updating my site for nearly 14 months. I know there were people out there that were anxiously following my foray of forum posts, and I sincerely hope I can rejuvenate your interest.

http://theladyandthelion.com/forum_images/thelion_board_stoehr.jpg

It's been a long time since the last public appearance of The Lady and the Lion, and I think this is the best version yet. I've made models of the characters in the past, but they have been removed temporarily. The models will be revisited, and displayed a second time on the site; not too far in the future. ;) Please visit and participate in the blog, and if you want, don't be shy about supporting the film by buying a poster (http://cafepress.com/thelady) or donating directly. For those who have helped me in the past, THANK YOU, I hope you'll stick around, watch, and participate in the development of the film; this is only just beginning!!

Thanks again!

chikega
07-11-2005, 02:53 AM
Glad to see you're up and running with this again ... the new website looks good. Although, I do miss seeing some of the older models and animation tests you did with Lightwave. :)

Stoehr
07-11-2005, 05:26 AM
Hey Chikega!
No problems, I'll have all kinds of animations and tests for viewing again. :)

oxyg3n
07-12-2005, 08:25 AM
Hello Matt,

It is nice to see a redesign of your website. I am looking forward to seeing more content up on it. How are things at arc?? I heard you have more classes now.

Stoehr
07-12-2005, 06:04 PM
Hi Jared,
There will be more content, faster than before. Expect regular updates. Especially in the blog. School has taken much of my time, but I'm commited to this project like never before.

School is going really well. I've finally have a strong structure built for 3d film creation (including the Short Film class, which was awesome), and now were working on an expansion in game development.

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