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Sorry to waste bandwidth for all but one of the mailing list. On vacation
in the States recently I saw a commercial for the Chevy Silverado (cowboy
falls of horse, stampeding horses are frozen but cowboy gets up and walks
around them). I was impressed with the quality, and would like to mention
it in a review of the year I am writing for a magazine.
If there is someone from the facility which posted this commercial on the
list, I would be really grateful if you could tell me something about which
tools were used to make it happen - the matting seemed (on a hotel room TV
at least) to be really clean and sharp.
Unless anyone else wants to read about this, please reply to me direct at
dick_hobbs at compuserve.com.
Thanks to Steven Harman, Bruce Hancock for support in 1998.
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