Tuesday, July 14, 2015

One Fantastic Week

Been watching One Fantastic Week for a few months now. Fun because they are all about creators going out and doing their own creations and making a living at it. This week's episode was solid gold filled with advice on using kickstarter to make a living.

find new fans: Tumblr & Instagram, look for the curators who will like your stuff and broadcast it

kickstarter: whole package - pricing signs/images everythings gotta look super pro to make the people have confidence in you to get the minimum bar of momentum

narrative: selling the bigger story. Not just "I've got some new drawings" but "I'm an orphan raised by a witch and now I'm exploring the necronomicon with my art come and discover this world with me"

selling is a transfer of enthusiasm. You're passing what you were passionate about on to them.

what's unique

ania no media presence beforehand - on track for 30K
   a good product good story (relatable) that people want to share

price - what are similar offers from other artists
        what's the printer going to charge, what's min run
        how much is shipping (test send a book)

Tuesday, June 2, 2015

Jakub Javora

Jakub Javora

some of it seems just easy after effects plane stuff, but he's doing something else on top, like projection mapping onto moving figures?

Tuesday, May 26, 2015

To The Sea

another example of simple animations being totally successfull in bringing a story to life