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I've left a message with Mairin, too, suggesting that we might meet up when the team's in Belfast in October for the Sluggers. I might be around a bit earlier on the 7th if you were around and wanted an informal pre-Slugger coffee and chat. Let me know as your own plans for the day unfold.
Interference Pattern is a 3d animation studio based in Edinburgh and we are currently recruiting for a 13 week paid internship position, for a Junior 3d artist. If you’re a talented and aspiring graduate, aged 18 to 30, are currently residing in Scotland and wanting to get you hands on an awesome internship opportunity at a vibrant up-and-coming 3d animation studio, please get in touch.Please send all queries, showreels, portfolios and supporting statements to…See More
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We are Pixel Fields, a web agency based in Glasgow and we can help you with any existing website or build any new site you'd like.
We specialise in bespoke design, in-context editing and transparent pricing. That is to say, we…"
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