Posts Tagged:Tips

How to find and hire a freelance animator

How to Find and Hire a Freelance Animator

To find and hire a freelance animator or animation studio can be a difficult task. We demystify the terminology and art styles to ensure you find the right team. Speaking to our clients we came to an understanding of the difficulties they came across while searching to find an animator or animation studio with the right skills and…

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How to Get an Animation Job in Japan

So 1 year ago my fiancée and I made the decision to drop everything in the UK and get the ball rolling on moving to Japan. The plan was simple, get a visa, see the sights, then get a job before the cold rolls in. So after lots of planning, 4 months ago we flew…

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How to Hitchhike in Japan

While in Japan on our working holiday Emma and I have been travelling around on the cheap. This means couch surfing, calling in favours from friends (thanks Ant!) and one of the biggest savings made by hitchhiking. Trains and buses in Japan are quite expensive and if you are not able to get a rail…

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Indie Film Making Guide #3 Post Production

This is the final of 3 quick guides I put together on Indie film making based on my experiences during and after shooting my recent short film ‘Franglais’. I hope you find some of the tips useful and do leave a comment on twitter, youtube or my blog if you have any questions. Thanks!

Indie Film Making Guide #2 Production

This is the second of 3 quick guides I put together on Indie film making based on my experiences during and after shooting my recent short film ‘Franglais’. I hope you find some of the tips useful and do leave a comment on twitter, youtube or my blog if you have any questions. Thanks!

Indie Film Making Guide #1 Pre-Production

This is the first of 3 quick guides I put together on Indie film making based on my experiences during and after shooting my recent short film ‘Franglais’. I hope you find some of the tips useful and do leave a comment on twitter, youtube or my blog if you have any questions. Thanks!

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