MAN WITH THE VELVET EYES: A Spy Succeeded Not To Steal A File In A Building That Was Staged To Look Like An Embassy!!

June 26, 2009

Imagination can help to build another reality with no relation with our fiction-life, this is the subject of our today’s Velvet Eyes!

MAN WITH THE VELVET EYES: A Spy Succeeded Not To Steal A File In A Building
That Was Staged To Look Like An Embassy!!

A building in Prague was in a neighborhood known for its sad life with a population from Holland, Italy and some other foreign Countries. The parents, father and mother, arrived at the end of the XIXe Century, and their kids went to school for a good education that they used to stay in their nice area of the City.

But Velvet has some stores to visit to find clothes for a Ceremony and he chose a shop there as a Reminder. No Tuxedo but Tuxedo, no Business Suit but a nice one. There was a customer looking like Jennifer Aniston and she was busy, looking like a Princess and maybe she was. Velvet in the store talked with her and she replied she didn’t know, so the Embassy knew that she was from Great Britain, a Protege of Liechsteinstein, never working enough according to her talent for missing nothing and making new creations called dresses and shoes for the Aristocracy.

Jennifer Aniston is an International Actress who is a Reason to Think about More and More Characters thinking like herselve in The Velvet Eyes Movie.

Jennifer Aniston is an International Actress who is a Reason to Think about More and More Characters thinking like herselve in The Velvet Eyes Movie.

An Important Episode before the beginning of the sale of the 6218 Rockcliff Drive, The House of Fred in Hollywoodland who is Relocating in Malibu in 2009, 2010 and 2011, FLAG YEARS, Year By Year.

NEXT WEEK: 2 Episodes Everyday Of VELVET EYES, INDIANS RESERVATIONS, HOLLYWOOD CITY On WordPress!!

Salvador Dali was A Painter who was a Man with a Visionary Art System of Writing the Colors of the Space: he was and he is still the father of Computerizing Imagery!

Our Founder, Abraham Lincoln in a Portrait with a Million of Lights by Salvador Dali who was A Painter who was a Man with a Visionary Art System of Writing the Colors of the Space: he was and he is still the father of Computerizing Imagery!

Computer-Generated Imagery will be the format of the first Theaters-Episode of VELVET EYES
scheduled for 2018 or before in 2017, 2016 and 2015!!

  • Interesting addresses on the Web about COMPUTERIZED IMAGERY:

http://www.mindtoggle.com/527/project4/Captain%20Scarlet.htm

http://longroadactionfilms.blogspot.com/2007_09_01_archive.html

Definition by longroadactionfilms.blogspot.com:
“Computer generated Imagery is the application of the field of computer graphics (or more specifically, 3D computer graphics) to special effects in films, TV, commercials, simulators and simulation generally. CGi is used for visual effects because effects are more controllable than other more physically based processes, such as constructing miniatures for effects shots or hiring extras for crowd scenes, and because it allows the creation of images that would not be feasible using any other technology. It can also allow a single artist to produce content without the use of actors, expensive set pieces or props.
In 1995, the first fully computer-generated feature film, Pixar’s (The Walt Disney Company) Toy Story, was a resounding commercial success. 3D computer animation combines 3D modeling with programmed movement
.”

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