Aie Robot Short Film
May 1, 2010
Annecy International Film Festival
June 10, 2010

As some of you may have noticed we have recently changed the layout and look of our blog hoping to make it easier to read and a bit more interactive. We apologize beforehand to our blog,  Twitter and Tumblr readers but it appears that our posts may have been re-posted to these sites due to this change. This usually happens because our blog API automatically posts anything we write on our blog to these sites and every time we change our layout we need update our blog posts to include new images, headers and info.

Apparently these services can’t tell the difference between an update and a new post, or I can’t figure out how to keep them from reposting old blog posts. Nevertheless you see our old posts being regurgitated on Tumbler and probably Twitter.

We apologize for this inconvenience but hope that our new layout will make your journey more pleasing and will provide you with a better reading experience.

We are also increasing our post frequency very soon and hope to be able to post at least 3 times a week, providing you with insight into the animation industry, software news and reviews, WIPs and many other interesting information.

We would appreciate receiving any feedback or issues you may have with the new layout so: Tell Us What You Think!

Reza Ghobady
Reza Ghobady
I have a passion for creating visual stories using CGI, interactive media and digital tools I founded a creative studio in 2003 called Vishka Studio for designing and creating animated CGI content for broadcast. Our vision is to become an entertainment company focused on creating digital edutainment for kids and families. I love watching movies (particularly CGI), playing casual games, writing short articles and playing with my son.


  1. Karthik says:

    Tim, Thanks for using my music in episodes 9 and 10. I tuned in to hear my songs in your blog pscadot and was pleasantly surprised at how much I enjoyed your ongoing purgatory episodes. It’s a great story that explores some unusual territory. Keep up the great work and feel free to use more of my music in upcoming episodes.

    • Reza Ghobady says:

      Dear Karthik,
      I’m not sure I understand which podcasts or episodes you are mentioning in your comment. If we have used any of your material without your permission or consent I would like to apologize beforehand and assure you that it has been a mistake or oversight on our part.
      We are prepared to remove your material or give due credit, whichever suits you better.
      Could you please be so kind as to give us more details on which episodes, works or podcasts you are mentioning and where you have posted these works so that we can give you due credit in case you kindly allow us to use your music in our works?
      Thank you again.

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