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TOPIC: How to find others that have done what you want to do. Is Sports Graphics a real career? And, how to manage too many projects.

Show Notes
CreativeMornings
New HDRI Tools
What One Man Can Do, Another Can Do.
Coudal Creative Mornings
Graphics Mafia
Back to work GTD Series

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28 Comments

  1. Richie Williamson

    Hey Gorilla!
    Thanks for sharing your Studebaker sandwich! You are a great inspiration…

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  2. Baris Oktem

    What One Man Can Do, Another Can Do.
    That was a big motivation and inspiration man, thanks a million…

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  3. Deon

    Dear Nick, can you please record your Creative Morning event and share with us? Thanks bud!

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  4. I’m fairly new and I’ve been catching up on all of the podcasts but I can’t seem to find where to listen live and participate in the chat room. If anyone could help me out I would really appreciate it.

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    • I tend to tweet and post on facebook when I’m about to do a live show. That’s probably the best way to find out about it.

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      • Jim Gravina

        Nick,

        Can you please tell me how to contact you? I thought I heard you say in one of your videos “its on the site” but i cant find an email.

        Thanks!
        Jim

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  5. Hey Nick, I was really intrigued about the ”non-client work / being your own client” way you’re describing here. I might have missed something here ( multitasking hahah ) but how do you sell what you create ? How do you turn profit while being the client ? I’m trying to figure out my own recipe to do the same with my own freelance time off. Is it simply by developing your own products and templates ?

    Thanks for your time and keep up the good work,
    always a pleasure to learn from your experience !

    Vincent

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  6. What one *person* can do, another can do.
    Just cause our industry is a sausage fest don’t mean you gotta leave the ladies out. (note I am making this comment before listening to the podcast)

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  7. Rory

    This episode doesn’t seem to be appearing in iTunes. Just me?

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  8. shahed

    do you have any boot camp tutorial kinda thing ? I dont know how to expand my timeline , anyone can help ?

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  9. Dhyan Shanasa

    “What one person can do, another can do.”

    In fact, it is a great truth.

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  10. shahed

    I have question , where I can ask my silly questions ? I’m new to cinema and I have a lot of simple questions , like why I dont have some of bottons you have on your screen, like rigid body , some time I cant folow you , could you point me out to some where that beginers ask their questions , or some links or … ? anyone

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    • Dhyan Shanasa

      Make sure you are using the same version of Cinema 4D that Nick is using. Some tools change places in different versions, some even exist.

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      • shahed

        I’m using R13 and as you said some tools are not in the same place , I found that one , thank u Dhyan , since you were kind enough to reply can I have another one ? I want to get a render of an object with no background , I tried 24 bit png file but background is pure black , how I can get a alpha ?

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  11. Erik

    Thanks Nick for this podcast. I love all of them. It gives me a reason to actually do something. If I lose my focus I tend to watch/listen ‘the creative gap’ again. Really inspiring! Thank you so much! Wish you had a podcast every week!

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