1. Creep Run HD Part 1

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    This is Part 1 of my first character animation . Let me know what you think come by www.vimeo.com/channels/themilkbar For a free visual drink ,on the house! Part 2 now showing- vimeo.com/4785781

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    • Bohemian Absinth Introduction

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      Ab entertaining history shot for the launch of Southtrade's Green Fariy, Djabel, and Koruna Czech Absinth varieties. This 'Directors Cut' is a little more risqué than the final version. Enjoy!

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      • LeeArt

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        Testing out some text effects for my Run Creep part 2 . Let me know what you think, and come by www.vimeo.com/channels/themilkbar and have a Drink!

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        • Creep Run draft standard def part 1

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          Looks like Vimeo fixed this one it's not hd but is ok! It actually added a green tint which I like. I uploaded HD version as well . This is my first character animation . Let me know what you think, come by www.vimeo.com/channels/themilkbar for a Drink! Part 2 Coming next week!

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          • Siren's Song

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            *Morella & The Wheels Of If * *Singing At * ** www.vimeo.com/channels/themilkbar ! !

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            • Czech Absinthe Huffing Ritual

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              http://Absintheology.com Paul Nathan demonstrates the Czech Huffing Ritual. Most absinthe enthusiasts shun any serving method involving fire, this one in particular. Here at Absintheology we don't judge, we just educate. This is a common method of consuming absinthe in Praque. It's a version of the backdraft. I personally spent the night face down in a gutter in Prague after a few of these so be careful.

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              • Pouring Absinthe French Style

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                http://Absintheology.com Paul Nathan shows us how to pour a traditional French style absinthe. French style absinthe is usually served with sugar and water. This clip shows you how it's done.

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                • Pouring Absinthe Czech Style

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                  http://Absintheology.com Paul Nathan shows us how to pour a traditional Czech style absinthe. Most absinthe enthusiasts frown on setting fire your absinthe. It's not for us to say whether you should set fire to your drinks or not. We will say that a number of absinthes are formulated with the fire ritual in mind. Tabu Classic Strong for instance. This absinthe is made in Germany using traditional methods, herbs, and distillation processes. I have toured the distillery and met the owners, they assure me that Tabu Classic Strong is intended to be presented using the fire ritual. Whether it is traditional or not it certainly adds an excitement to the presentation, and isn't that half the fun?

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                  • Pouring Absinthe Suisse Style

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                    http://Absintheology.com Paul Nathan shows us how to pour a traditional Suisse style absinthe. Suisse is how the Swiss spell Swiss, so an Absinthe Suisse or a Suisse Absinthe is a Swiss Absinthe or an absinthe from Switzerland or a Swiss style absinthe. Swiss absinthes are characterized by the lack of coloration in the product. When absinthe is distilled it comes out clear. Producers add color either by using dyes or food colorings or by dunking a really big tea bag full of herbs into the finished product. This final step adds color and changes the flavor of the beverage. Swiss style absinthes skip this coloring step. Occasionally you will hear of a Suisse La Blue or a Swiss La Blue. La Blue means bootleg. It was quite common for absinthe to be distilled in Switzerland during the ban. These absinthes were illegal, moonshine, bootleg, La Blue. Several modern brands have co-opted the name La Blue for their own advertising. La Blue does not refer to the color of the Spirit or the Color of the Louche.

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                    • What's in Absinthe

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