It’s been officially a week since I’ve been home from my internship at WDW. I’ve started working at the family bakery again, as our one and only creative and marketing director! Haha, we’re a small business, but I have big plans ahead. We are also quite busy if I do say so myself. I’m in the process of trying to sell custom shoes and other artwork. I need to get my behind in gear with my facepainting business again. So much to do!
All in all, it’s great to be back home. Freelancing and trying to sell art isn’t always the simplest road…but I’m happy! Orlando just wasn’t for me. Not just yet.
Designer of the week (27.10. - 3.11.)
Beth Sichender | http://bethsicheneder.com
Beth is a graphic designer hailing from the lovely city of Minneapolis. She finds joy in design and the desire to create and interpret the world visually. Her hobbies include drawing, feeling paper, smelling old books, drinking gunpowder green tea, and eating breakfast for lunch.
Just like I said in this ask, you should look at the kind of storyboards being made right now. TV, feature, and game animation all have their own styles of storyboarding. Studios, too. Certain things you’ll need for it no matter where or what you work on, though:
- Quick drawing ability
- Being able to deal with having 100+ of your boards thrown out and needing to be redone
- Knowledge of composition
- Knowledge of story/writing
Hope those help!