Ever wonder where ideas come from? Ever stare at a blank page and feel hopeless? You are not alone.
In this podcast, the crew talks about ideas (or sometimes the lack thereof). The group shares their own experience around blank-page thinking and some techniques they employ to keep the creative juices flowing.
In this episode, the crew talks about the creative process and how to deal with the inevitable gut wrenching client/creative notes. We all get attached to the work, but how do you disconnect yet still deliver work that resonates with the viewer?
In this episode, the crew talks how to be a great freelancer and more importantly gives solid advice on how NOT to behave as a freelancer. AKA, don’t be the smelly freelancer.
Name your sh*t.
Organize the details inside the file.
Assemble a folder of all the files pieces of project.
Easy to work with / Personable / Dependable.
Don’t be presumptuous, you’re a guest.
Try and fit into the company culture.
DO NOT COOK SMELLY FOODS
Befriend everybody you can.
Maybe freelance isn’t for you.
Under promise, over deliver.
Strike that balance.
Nick’s wacky metaphor.
Ask for honest feedback to the producer.
Send a thank you.
In this video, Nick talks about the 5 biggest mistakes new animators make when starting to animate in Cinema 4D. Learn what they are and how you can begin to learn the right way to animate in Cinema 4D.
In this video, Chad Ashley demonstrates better ways to light metallic surfaces with HDRIs and Arnold. Whether you’re creating product visualizations or a cinematic chrome logo, Chad walks you through his approach to help make your reflective surfaces shine.
What You’ll Learn:
- Better ways to light metallic surfaces with HDRIs and Arnold