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While at NAB this year, I decided to interview some of my favorite people in the motion design industry and ask them a few questions. In this fifth and final episode, I talk to John Dickinson from Motionworks about being a beginner, doing interviews, and his new Cinema 4D product, MovieType.

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Motionworks
Business Of Design
MovieType

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  1. Hell Nick… all those interviews are so inspiring! And John gave me once again a good reason to start a blog of mine…
    I would summarize all this with: Confidence, belief and passion.
    “not one single day without after effects” It’s me with cinema recently, not a single day without it! :)

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  2. Jayant

    Hi Nick,

    First.. THANK YOU EVERY MUCH for your lessons.
    I was only wondering why you stopped the video podcast on ustream? Those where REALLY nice!! The sound only podcast are nice too but liked it better when it was with video. Thank you :) .

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  3. John Stanowski

    He flew in from “over the pond”? He’s from Australia.

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  4. Rebecca Posselt

    Super cool! Two things always on my mind.. learning and how to make a living doing I what really love.. you covered both with this interview.
    Also bookmarked the “Business of Design”. Prolly be looking into that site for next few weeks.

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