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Stop Observing and Start Practicing: 4 Ways to Level Up Your Animation Skills

Stop Observing and Start Practicing: 4 Ways to Level Up Your Animation Skills

Posted Feb 19th, 2017 in Animation, Learning

Are you a learning junkie? I know I am. I could fill half my schedule with learning new tools and techniques in animation. A few years back, I enrolled in animation bootcamp with School of Motion. This was a huge eye opener for me. I realized I only need a computer, after effects and good internet connection to learn motion graphics. But with quality learning, there is a price tag. And although I value the bootcamps and online courses, there are times I need to be creative with learning. Me

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What I Learned in 5 Years of Freelancing in Animation

What I Learned in 5 Years of Freelancing in Animation

Posted Dec 21st, 2016 in Process & Development, Animation, Freelance Tips

This year in particular I’m feeling rather reflective. 2016 marks my 5th year of running a creative business. This milestone has caused me to stop and think about how far I’ve come. I’ve learned a ton about business, animation and myself. In this post, I’d like to share a few of the biggest lessons learned from freelancing my animation services for the last 5 years.

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Animation vs Live Action - Which Decision is Best for your Video Marketing Strategy?

Animation vs Live Action - Which Decision is Best for your Video Marketing Strategy?

Posted Mar 26th, 2014 in News, Animation, Client Talk

I field this question often in the early stages of helping businesses explain their products or services. Both live action and animation offer engaging, effective storytelling – so here are some factors to consider when making a decision.

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