View Full Version : Operation Lynx at the Cartoon Forum

05-18-2008, 07:45 AM
Hi all,

Operation Lynx (http://www.operacionlince.com/), a 3D animated series aimed at the family about the climate warming and, of course, with a good deal of humor has been selected for the Cartoon Forum (http://www.cartoon-media.be/FORUM/index.php) which will take place in September at Ludwigsburg (Germany). This is a big step for all 3D animated series which are looking for co-production and TV rights, as this is the proposal of the festival (more than 250 production companies and European TVs will attend to this event).

Therefore, one of the collaborate projects which started in these forums more than one year ago is becoming a serious and professional project due to all the effort that has been made by us during our spare time. As a result of this, Lince Studios (http://www.lincestudios.com/) has borned and, I am sure, we will be looking for new professionals very soon ;)

Thanks to all of you for your support.

05-18-2008, 06:07 PM
The animation in the trailer was very good and its good news that your team have grown from such humble beginnings. Congratulations.:cool:

05-18-2008, 06:26 PM

Thanks a lot. In fact, animation work for the series will be improved as we are not very happy with the final result. It was done very fast due to the timeline we had. Now we are working on the trailer for the Cartoon Forum and we have more time so, it will be better.

Best regards.

05-19-2008, 06:34 AM
congratulations to all!
great news for you guys-
i watched the trailer and my only critique would be the voice over...
find someone from an english speaking country to do it and tone down the echo effect:)

o yes, and i think you should show how the big cat got struck by the car- maybe
a scene with a car swerving on the road its headlights shining...

congrats again!:)

05-19-2008, 08:09 PM
Thanks a lot for you comments. We are currently improving the trailer. Anyway everything will be showed on the series ;)

Best regards.

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