I remember as a kid, sitting down and watching Saturday morning cartoons and Disney’s Silly Symphonies among other, religiously all the time, every day. I was fascinated how amazing everything looked from the painted background to how the characters moved realistically. Of course, being a kid you don’t realize how much effort and time is put into creating an animation. One day, years later when I was a teenager, I realized what makes me happy. It was the art of animation and the process of creating it. Recently, I found that love again and now finally “Building the Team” for my very own studio. I’m not just looking for people to DO it, but people who can contribute and bring something to the table. I do have a vision, buy I can’t do it myself. Hey, not even Disney did everything himself.
Animation is a lengthy process and takes time. It has steps. Which is why, I’m taking things step by step making sure nothing gets missed. The first step in the animation process is the story and Story Artists or Storyboard Artists. These are people who can tell a story with pictures, no words. I’m not only looking for great art, but storytellers who can entertain. Know how to tell a story. Originally storyboards were done by drawing on what looks like flashcards which were then pinned to a wall in order from beginning to end, showing the entire animation as individual pictures. However, we’re in the digital age where everything is done on the computer. This is the preferred way I’d like the boards created. They’re easier to follow along and create the animatics.
If your interested in creating storyboards with me and serious, please go to the career page and fill out the info. If you have a link to storyboards or animatics you’ve already created, please add that too, when filling out the info.
You may be wondering why I gave you simple explanations on what storyboarding is. Yes, I am looking for people to help create my vision however, not everyone who reads this is an animator or even knows the process. I want this blog to be entertaining for everybody while at the same time “building the team”. Who says you can’t get down to business, and have fun too?