B. Hoffman's Discussions (13)

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"Traditional animation stands can be (and often were/are) equipped with polarizing fi…"

B. Hoffman replied Aug 26, 2012 to Animation on glass - How do I deal with reflections?

14 Jun 14, 2018
Reply by Tess Martin

"Terrific. The "framing" by dark elements in the foreground is always so evocative to…"

B. Hoffman replied Jun 12, 2012 to Concept Art Painting for Fun

16 Aug 12, 2012
Reply by Pavel Kolar

"Great topic. (BTW, your trailer looks great, Bianca.) Here's a site devoted to papie…"

B. Hoffman replied Jun 12, 2012 to Cheap and easy puppet making - add your tips & tricks!

44 May 20, 2017
Reply by Lydia Hibbert

"Also, just to the right of the word "Activity" in all those email checkbox categorie…"

B. Hoffman replied Jun 12, 2012 to Observations: Trial Experimental New SMA.com

23 Jun 12, 2012
Reply by Anthony Scott

"LIO, I "walked back," but not very far. I'm still with you on most if not all of you…"

B. Hoffman replied Jun 10, 2012 to Observations: Trial Experimental New SMA.com

23 Jun 12, 2012
Reply by Anthony Scott

"That's really terrific. I like the control of the "focus." On my bucket list is to p…"

B. Hoffman replied Jun 10, 2012 to New Painting!

11 Jun 13, 2012
Reply by John Polacchi

"That looks great. I'm not so much of a "dinosaur guy," and the tendency of some arti…"

B. Hoffman replied Jun 10, 2012 to monoclonius sculpt-in progress

32 Jul 4, 2012
Reply by les petersen

"No, thank you! (etc., etc., etc...) OK, I'm coming out of curmugeon mode. I think it…"

B. Hoffman replied Jun 9, 2012 to Concerns and questions

24 Jun 9, 2012
Reply by Anthony Scott

"It's better, although I'm still in "curmugeon" mode. However, I can just reduce the…"

B. Hoffman replied Jun 9, 2012 to Concerns and questions

24 Jun 9, 2012
Reply by Anthony Scott

"Well, it's probably too soon for me to criticize and I should keep my fingers still,…"

B. Hoffman replied Jun 9, 2012 to Concerns and questions

24 Jun 9, 2012
Reply by Anthony Scott

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