The Montreal-based See Creature Animation Studio co-owner offers 5-steps to improve animation performance and shares his experience directing New Zealand Claymation kid’s show ‘Kiri and Lou.’
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The certified money coach discusses how she merged the worlds of film and finance to launch a practice catering to creative professionals.
The BAFTA-winning Scottish animator/filmmaker shares how he became an independent animator and what opportunities exist for other animators who boast a unique style.
The web series creator discusses everything that goes into producing and monetizing a web series and how she parlayed her YouTube experience into a job in television.
The NY actor turned teacher discusses how DreamWorks’ 1996 request shifted his life path and kicked off his 30+ year career training animators.
The storyboard artist/writer/director discusses how he transformed a 2D short film into a stop-motion feature.
The award-winning author, historian, filmmaker, and educator discusses animation’s history and the upcoming documentary highlighting Disney’s transition from hand-drawn to CG animation.
The social media presence known online as Frantic Frames shares how he grew his social following from 13,000 in 2019 to 2M today, and how he makes his living entirely from stop-motion social media posts.
Studio founder shares how she went from big studio production work to launching her own animation studio, producing her own work, and funding her own films.
The miniature’s artist and modelmaker shares how his theatrical set-building career morphed into ‘tiny sets,’ how to make connections in the field, and what he charges for custom commissions.
The animator, writer, story editor, set designer and founder of Tiny Lion animation studio shares how to polish your pitch, connect with studios to deliver it – and what it’s like when you succeed.
The webcomic creator shares how he teamed up with Dan Harmon to make his viral Instagram IP into a streaming sensation, which he monetized via merchandise such as t-shirts, plushies and a book.
Vassey shares her journeys, including how she crossed the bridge from TV and feature animation to CG gaming and what skill level is needed to be a technical artist; also learn about the short she’s currently producing.
The 2D animator discusses what industry experience completely changed his view of animation, how he is improving his character performance and building a social media presence for his new short - a work in progress funded via Kickstarter.
The CG animator, NOT known for his CG work, talks stop-motion animation, NFTs and where he’s going with his red blob creation, Tomba.
The animators discuss how independent paths brought them together at Phil Tippet’s studio and how their mutual trust prompted them to launch their own business - together.
The LA-based animator discusses the challenges of running his own studio and dives into the realities of self-producing a stop-motion short inspired by his journey through cancer treatment.
The independent stop-motion animator shares tips on leveraging social media, the challenges of running her own business and what the future holds for her ‘felt’ animation career.
The artist reveals what it takes to build a studio from scratch, how to sell and pitch an animated TV show, and how to start a career as a producer.
The artist turned animator shares her journey from Spain to Germany to New York in pursuit of an art career and how that path led her to a career in animation.
The animator shares fast-track stop-motion skills for beginners and discusses how anyone, in any situation, can pursue their dream career.
The Canadian-based Pomelo Studio owner discusses his shift from advertising to animation and how he is switching up the traditional studio business model.
The animator, director, and producer returns to discuss his pivot from adult animation to kids and the 4-year journey bringing his educational kids series from concept to fruition – now on PBS Kids.
The independent animator, filmmaker, and freelance storyboard artist shares his journey from studio life to freelance life – and what it took to get there.