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Anthony and Joe Russo answer all of our spoiler-fueled questions for "Avengers: Endgame."
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What’s the future of motion design and visual effects? Is it the beginning of the end or the end of the beginning? Industry veteran and Digital Kitchen CD/Director Ryan Summers jumps on the live stream to discuss: the future, burnout, trends, networking and becoming an influencer.
Is the sky falling or are we in a new gold rush? We chat with Ryan Summers to talk about: 5:10 - Why did Blind leave the creative service business behind to start The Futur? 7:44 - Ryan’s take on the current state of the Motion Design Industry 11:00 - New ways to earn a living as a creative 18:00 - Supplementing your income sources. Passive income. 18:35 - “I don’t have enough time to do extra work” 20:30 - Write your own rules for how you play in the industry 22:00 - Is there a playbook for aging creatives? 23:00 - Should you take about rates openly? 29:00 - How to connect with Ryan through Office Hours 30:20 - Burn out. Physical and mental. 39:00 - Always be learning. Always be teaching. 42:00 - So what do we do about burnout? 44:00 - No more pixel F-ing 45:00 - Bad jock mentality inside the industry 47:20 - We need more examples of relatable people transforming 51:00 - You should share your “trade secrets” 56:00 - What about trends? Chase, follow, or ignore?
About Ryan Summers: Originally planned to be a chemical …
Dustin Lee shares his 3 steps on how to build a passive income business with your creative skills. If you’re a graphic designer, illustrator, or any kind of image-maker, you’ll find ideas on what you can make, who to make it for, and what platforms to release it on.
In this cutdown video from Dustin Lee, he shares his story on how a quest for diaper money turned into doing the work he loves and earning him more than $250k annually.
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00:16 - 3 step process 00:24 - Step 1 “Choose the right product” 01:02 - Make a product that answers the question 01:22 - What’re you good at? 02:18 - What do you buy and enjoy 03:00 - Make many then chisel down 03:29 - Step 2 “make products for your people” 03:47 - How to figure out who to make stuff for 04:49 - Step 3 “find something you love about marketing” 05:46 - Go bankrupt or become really successful 06:37 - What should I make 07:07 - Stop guessing and start listening to what people want you to make 07:28 - The 1 question survey 07:54 - Start now and be prepared to fail
Watch the whole interview here: https://youtu.be/PI6zWoZlZxY
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We’re going to address issues pertaining to the motion design community specifically. Some guests will be participating in the live discusison. #Mograph #mographAMA
03:30 How do I get out of my soul sucking job doing corporate work and launch my career as a freelancer? 07:10 Is it more creative to work at a design studio vs. an ad agency? How do I acquire more skills with programs? 13:41 I’m scared to go freelance. What should I do? 15:55 How do you make the jump to freelance and leave job security behind? I’m scared. 22:40 How do you find balance between commercial (corporate) and artistic jobs? 25:50 How do I find my niche audience and get those types of clients? 30:21 How do you manage the feast or famine of freelance work? 34:04 How do I protect the trademark of my fictional business name? 37:26 How do you build an estimate for a project? Watch this: https://youtu.be/wd0ejVP_g78 48:50 If motion graphics is on the decline, how do I diversify to obtain work? Work opportunities.
This is the Futur of Education— Disrupting the design education paradigm.
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’Avengers: Endgame’ SPOILERS in this video MCU directors Anthony and Joe Russo go over some of their favorite moments in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and discuss what went into building their epic conclusion in Avengers: Endgame. The brothers break down scenes from ‘Iron Man,’ ‘Captain America: The First Avenger,’ ‘Captain America: Winter Soldier,’ ‘Captain America: Civil War,’ ‘Avengers: Age of Ultron,’ ‘Avengers: Infinity War,’ ‘Avengers: Endgame’ and ‘Guardians of the Galaxy.’
‘Avengers: Endgame’ is in theaters now! #Avengers #Endgame
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Mograph, Motion Graphics, Motion Design, Animation Business help. What is the industry standard in terms of working overtime? What is considered crossing a line? What is acceptable and when is it ok for me to raise a flag if at all that this shouldn’t be happening?
How should I market myself if I want to be booked directly by a client versus an agency? What are the pros/cons to working with one over the other? Would you suggest I try to work with one over the other?
What are you looking for in a motion designer? A demo reel? Project breakdowns? A Behance portfolio? Dribbble? Instagram? —
00:00:29 – Topic Summary 00:01:00 – Futur Intro 00:01:12 – Guest Introduction 00:03:10 – What is an agency looking for when hiring a motion design freelancer? 00:11:30 – How to structure a successful demo reel? 00:14:30 – How do I market myself as a freelancer that wants to take animation end-to-end? 00:20:15 – Worklpace expectations – How to manage overtime as a freelancer? 00:22:20 – Roleplay 00:26:15 – Roleplay 2: Real Life 00:42:00 – Workplace conversations – How to talk about career goals to your boss? 00:47:00 – What should I be focusing on in soft and hard skills when looking to move up? 00:55:25 – 3 Things to focus on to transition from in-house to going solo 01:05:00 …
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This week we’re joined by Salomon Ligthelm. Salomon is a multi-disciplinary director who has shot music videos for Young Fathers, The Weeknd, Daughter, Prince he’s done commercials for Fox Sports, Puma, S7 and he also has an incredible body of personal work. On this episode you’ll hear about his creative process, how he comes up with ideas, and why he likes to shoot on film.
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