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Justin Tan

Justin Tan is a character animator hailing from Melbourne, Australia. He recently graduated from the digital character animation course at Vancouver Film School, and worked there as a teaching assistant.  He enjoys comic books, live bands, toilet humour, bad puns, occasionally writing about himself in the third person and contemplating what wonders the future holds.

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Dec 3rd, 2012
When I think about tarts, it conjures images of sweet morsels of delectable pastry goodness, forked over good conversation and washed down with a hot cup of tea. Tarts Bakery near Broadway and...
Nov 22nd, 2012
Assassin's Creed 3: The good, the bad and the glitchy. Is Ubisoft substituting flair over substance?
Oct 15th, 2012
Old school gameplay gets a shiny new skin. Does it still hold its charm?
Sep 27th, 2012
Borderlands 2 - more mutants, more guns, but is it any more fun?
Sep 12th, 2012
Gamers are touting Guild Wars 2 to be the game of the year. It's high fantasy at its best, reviewers say.
Sep 1st, 2011
Last month, Vancouver was host to the SIGGRAPH confrence, the world's largest 3D animation and technology conference. As big and successful as SIGGRAPH Vancouver was, it will always be...
Jul 19th, 2011
The office door closes as outside, and the rumbling hubbub of Vancouver Film School students quiets down to a murmur.  As the door locks with a 'click', Greg Berridge, Senior...
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Jul 12th, 2011
The SIGGRAPH trade show in Vancouver is considered by many to be an essential pilgrimage for anyone with even a passing interest in 3D technology and animation. It offers a glimpse into the minds...
Jun 29th, 2011
Ah, the humble croissant. The mere mention of this buttery treat often gets peoples' mouths salivating in anticipation, conjuring up images of leisurely afternoons in a Parisian cafe. Sadly,...
Jun 26th, 2011
After sundown in the Vancouver Film School Cafe, dozens of local youth sit hunched over long tables, their hands busily drawing on a long roll of white paper. Their sketches depict bizarre scenes of...
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