Timothy Albee Animation

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Timothy Albee Animation is the name furry artist Timothy Albee gave to his studio, which produced Kaze: Ghost Warrior and is working on the feature-length sequel. While it was initially staffed entirely by himself, Mr. Albee has voiced plans to expand the operation into a kind of school for helping other artists learn the techniques and tools he has used to bring their visions to life in a highly efficient and cost-effective manner.

The expanded staff is endeavouring to produce a 3-minute animated short entitled Red-n-Wolf to "help the team spin-up on their production skills" prior to committing to the first major project, the second episode in the Kaze: Ghost Warrior series.

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