Ya know, I'm terrible at using this site like everyone else. It's been a year since my last journal entry. lol
I've been a little bitter lately. So.. a couple weeks ago..I got laid off my job. I was working as a designer for a internet company. I was full time there for more than 4 years and I'm going to miss the people that I worked with on a daily basis. They became like family to me. At first I was sad that the company had to let some employees go. Not for performance reasons.. just the usual corporations trying to cut cost and make there earnings look better. But honestly... look at my stuff on this site. Do I look like a designer to you
I've been playing with animation for along time. It feels like it's the thing that drives me and motivates me. Story telling and expression of character are what I keep coming back to time and time again. I applied to AnimationMentor.com a while back. I was accepted and I just started this week. I'm so freak'n excited to learn the basics of animation and to hone in on the process. The training is about a year and a half long and it starts with a 12 week basic training and moves into body mechanics and staging, acting, blocking, and so on. By the end of it all I should have a very choice demo reel and since all the classes are taught by profes
Hi Savannah. I'm not much on DA these days, but still love the site. There are too many social networking sites for a guys with a limited attention spans. I get dizzy. Thanks commenting on my work. I'll try and make it out to the next meetup, I've been way to anti-social lately.
The best advice I can give is to keep going with the desire to create. That desire is the fuel that will move you forward. The other thing I wished I would have done sooner in my life is to get feedback from artist about your work. Posting on DA is great because you can get feedback. I drew for years and never really showed too many people.