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Booming or Busting??

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Booming or Busting??

This is for the pros.

Is animation work (any medium, pre-prod, prod, or post prod) booming or busting in your area??
Is there work enough for you for the rest of 2005 or are you currently looking or getting ready to look?

For me, I've just landed more work, hot on the heels of the job I'm currently on. After a disasterous 2002/2003 for me, the work has been flowing in non-stop since last march. The next animation ( actually storyboarding) gig for me looks to last well into the fall and possibly beyond.
Is the biz booming all over or is it regionalized?

Sound off if you can.

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"We all grow older, we do not have to grow up"--Archie Goodwin ( 1937-1998)

"We all grow older, we do not have to grow up"--Archie Goodwin ( 1937-1998)

definately busting...
After the film that I'm working finishes by the end of March, I'm b... well better not say the word :p

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not booming and not busting. If you include games in your hunt for animation work then you'll always find something as long as your not too fussy. Of course it helps working in a big city like London.