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  1. From the album: Inktober 2014

    Maximillian Jenius on a yellow post-it.

    © Vince Alvendia 2014

  2. Update on my progress http://maxharddrive....irgin-road.html Original post The Virgin Road In 1985 I saw Robotech one day after school. It was a cartoon that didn't seem like it was made for kids. It quickly became one of my favorites. It was epic in scale and complex in story and wonderfully animated. The Variable Technology Valkyrie was instantly the coolest thing I had ever seen. A F-14 that turned into a giant frakking robot! The toy was one of my favorite toys of all time. Still is. In the 90's I learned to make 3D Models and CGI animation. First thing I did? a Valkyrie. How cool w
  3. From the album: Zenkaikon 2013

    Picture of us with Robotech's Ben Dixon voice actor Richard Epcar at Zenkaikon 2013. During our Macross/Robotech panel at Zenkaikon we showed a special tribute to Ben Dixon. It's posted on vimeo now: https://vimeo.com/62740839 It depicts the fun loving & jovial Ben Dixon and hints at the aviation origins of his Robotech name, the character was originally Hayao Kakizaki in Macross.
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