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David Floyd
Attended Animation Mentor
Lives in Lexington, GA
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In his circles
58 people
Have him in circles
64 people
Janet Simpkins's profile photo
Stephen Borden's profile photo
Nathan Preston's profile photo
Jeroen Frans's profile photo
vijay naik's profile photo
Michelle Dodson's profile photo
Brandon Shorter's profile photo
Aswathy Krishnan's profile photo
Michael Weaver's profile photo
Education
  • Animation Mentor
    Character Animation, 3 - 9
  • University of Georgia
    Animation MFA, 6 - 5
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Freelance Animator and CG artist
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Currently
Lexington, GA
Previously
Tampa, FL - Oskaloosa, IA
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Inexpensive and delicious. Great sushi and the cooked fish is good also. Free soup with your order.
Public - 6 months ago
reviewed 6 months ago
Very good pizza and they build it as you direct. Wide selection of ingredients. Friendly staff.
Public - 6 months ago
reviewed 6 months ago
Walk-up friendly service. We got tasty, hand-made chuck burgers and some great onion rings here.
Food: ExcellentDecor: Very GoodService: Excellent
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
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I was quoted a repair price of between $50 - $100 for a crack in an old violin. After driving from out of town to his shop, I was ignored by Ronald and fast-talked by his employee. Ron was given my violin, looked at it for about 6 seconds and said "$320." After that, he glanced at me but still didn't even even nod in my direction and got back to whatever he was working on. When I balked at the price, I got more fast-talk and the hard-sell from his employee about why I should spend so much on a student instrument. I left unhappily and with my violin still cracked.
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Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago