Friday, November 29, 2013
Tuesday, November 5, 2013
Saturday, November 2, 2013
The animation Art Show 2013 exhibition and auction is currently being held in the Science Gallery, Pearse St, Dublin 2.
Saturday 2nd November 1pm to 6pm
Sunday 3rd November from 12pm
The Auction will take place in three parts on Sunday 3rd as follows:
PART 1 - 1pm to 2pm
PART 2 - 2.30pm to 3.30pm
PART 3 - 4pm to 5pm
All proceeds from the sale of the artwork will be donated to
Jack and Jill Children's Foundation and the LauraLynn House.
Photos courtesy Animation Art Show.
Bubble Bath Bay is an animated pre-school series about the adventures of Sydney the Sailboat and his fleet of friends who live in Bubble Bath Bay.
52 x 11' Animated Preschool Series
Series Director Steve Trenbirth
Created by Gareth Eden-Styche
Executive Producer Carmel Travers
Development Producer Wendy Hanna
"Fast-paced and full of fun and adventure, this animated series for pre-schoolers features best friends Sydney the Sailboat and Zip the trainee Water Taxi as they learn how to ride the waves of life alongside the other vessels of bustling Bubble Bath Bay.
Sydney is a plucky young sailboat who dreams of one day heading out through The Heads and exploring the mysterious Big Blue Sea beyond the Harbour. But first he has to learn the ropes! And when you’re an accident-prone little yacht who often launches before he looks, that’s not as easy-breezy as it sounds.
Clever and resourceful, Sydney loves running errands for his hero Terry the Tugboat, the salty old leader of the fleet, using his agility, speed and well-stocked tool box to do all manner of odd-jobs to help keep Bubble Bath Bay ship-shape!
Under Terry’s safe and steady command, each episode sees Sydney and Zip embarking on a new and exciting adventure, and in the process learning important lessons about teamwork, friendship, cooperation, respect and problem solving.
Whether it’s resolving a mystery with Zip, racing Bryan and Toots the chatterbox Ferries, competing with Jet the cheeky Speedboat or exploring new places to play with Stormy the bird-brained Petrel – Sydney and his friends will always do their best to help Terry make sure it’s all smooth sailing in Bubble Bath Bay."
Images and text courtesy Essential Media
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Paper Pokemon and Animal Crossing New Leaf - 'Get Off My Back Kapp'
Torterra and Kapp'n
Tuesday, July 16, 2013
"The souvenir matchday programme produced for the Eamonn ‘Chick’ Deacy testimonial game last August has picked up a top national award after being named as Programme of the Year by the FAI.
The programme was compiled and edited by Connacht Tribune journalist Keith Kelly, who was nominated for the Kantar Media FAI Communication Awards by West United for Best Publication for the 2012/13 season.
The 88-page programme was produced for the game between the Aston Villa Old Stars and a Galway United/West United selection which marked the official renaming of Terryland Park as Eamonn Deacy Park on August 18 last year.
The programme was designed by Morgan O’Brien and printed by Atlantic Print, while Mike Daly was advertising manager. Kelly will collect the award at the awards ceremony at the FAI Delegates pre-AGM Dinner in Arklow this Friday."
Courtesy - Connacht Sentinal