Friday, 10 August 2012

Blog Round-up: Kevan Shorey "What I Wish I Knew"

Kevan Shorey has a wonderful post over at Rhymes With Red Van about getting used to being in the animation industry. Although he is talking about working in a major studio the concept translate to those of us who are still trying to get there. To often we glance at demo reels and the winning submissions on The 11Second Club and we think "I could never do that!" In this post he points out 5 points that are all to important.

1) Everyone is better then you, and that's OK.
2) You will catch up eventually.
3) Ask for help.
4) Get to know other departments
5) Keep it fun.

1 comment:

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