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Help Support Small, Austin-based Cartoon Studio

David Nunez
David Nunez
1 min read

Chris Moujaes and Aaron Romo from [url=][/url] have become friends of mine over the past year. Everytime I meet up with these guys for lunch or whatever, I always leave so energized and inspired by their enthusiasm and passion for their work and art. Their way of doing business has a foundation of integrity, honesty, and hard work that is quite the role model for the way It Should Be Done.

They are also extremely generous with their time and ideas (especially with [url=]kids[/url]). If anyone deserves success in the cartoon world, it’s them.

They’ve just entered an Animation Magazine contest that could potentially lead to their stuff showing up on TV. Please, please take 3 minutes to help support this Austin-based small business. I’ve included details from an email they sent to their fans.

[url=][/url] updated: 7.28.03 23:38 – removed instructions.


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