Ep. 033: Scotland Barnes – Disney TV Animation Storyboard Artist and former Art Instructor at Academy of Art University – Part I

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Scotland Barnes is one of the hardest working people in the animation industry today. In part one of our interview he talks about graduating from undergrad and grad school during economic downturns, working at various survival jobs, and finding as many courses and books inside and outside of school as he could in order to improve his storytelling chops. Find out why it’s important to study all facets of art, how discovering your style of learning can help you level up and how teaching others can help you solidify your understanding of the field of animation!

Scotland Barnes’ Websites

Blog: http://scotlandbarnes.blogspot.com/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Scotlandbarnes

Tumblr: http://scotlandbarnes.tumblr.com/

Twitter: @scotlandbarnes

Instagram: @scotlandbarnes

The Show

Website: www.theanimatedjourney.com

Facebook: www.facebook.com/theanimatedjourney

Tumblr: www.theanimatedjourney.tumblr.com

Twitter: @animjourney

Instagram: @animjourney

The Host

Website: www.sketchysoul.com

Facebook: www.facebook.com/sketchysoul

Tumblr: www.sketchysoul.tumblr.com

Twitter: @SketchySoul

Instagram: @SketchySoul

Ep. 030: Eliot Min – Cofounder of Indie Game Cerebrawl

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Eliot Min went from being a concept art at a video game studios like Harmonix, 38 Studios and Disney Interactive to forming a team and creating the epic 2D fighting game Cerebrawl. In today’s interview Eliot shares his journey from going to art school to being a game tester and eventually raising the funds needed to quit his day job and embark on his fantastic new journey. For anyone who loves games and dreams of choosing your own adventure, this interview is for you!

Eliot Min’s Portfolio Sites

Website
http://NIWindustries.com

DeviantArt
http://niw.deviantart.com niwindustries.com

Tumblr
http://niwindustries.tumblr.com

Twitter
@niwindustries

Instagram
@niwindustries

Cerebrawl’s Sites

Website
http://www.cerebrawl.in/

Twitch
https://www.twitch.tv/cerebrawlin

Twitter
@cerebrawlin

The Show

Website
www.theanimatedjourney.com

Facebook
www.facebook.com/theanimatedjourney

Tumblr
www.theanimatedjourney.tumblr.com

Twitter
@animjourney

Instagram
@animjourney

The Host

Website
www.sketchysoul.com

Facebook
www.facebook.com/sketchysoul

Tumblr
www.sketchysoul.tumblr.com

Twitter
@SketchySoul

Instagram
@Sketchy_Soul

Ep. 029: Michael Yates – Story Artist for Pixar Animation Studios

If you love storyboarding, you’ll love today’s interview with Pixar Story Artist Michael Yates! Michael worked as a Story Trainee at both Disney Feature Animation and DreamWorks Animation, as well as working as a Story Intern at Pixar, before taking a full-time job as a Story Artist on Cars 3 at Pixar. In today’s interview Michael discusses the importance of working on personal projects, learning as much as you can in and outside of school, and developing a thick skin in order to improve your storytelling chops. And check out his amazing student film, The Legend of the Flying Tomato!

Michael Yates’ Websites

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yatesart.tumblr.com/

Twitter
@yyates05

Instagram
@yyates05

The Legend of the Flying Tomato
https://vimeo.com/90549174

The Show

Website
www.theanimatedjourney.com

Tumblr
www.theanimatedjourney.tumblr.com

Facebook
www.facebook.com/theanimatedjourney

Twitter
@animjourney

Instagram
@animjourney

The Host

Website
www.sketchysoul.com

Tumblr
www.sketchysoul.tumblr.com

Twitter
@SketchySoul

Instagram
@Sketchy_Soul

Continuing Education

I am taking courses at two online schools — check them out:

The Oatley Academy – The Storyteller’s Summit

Schoolism – Alex Woo’s Gesture Drawing Course

Awesome find of the week: The Gnomon School

Check out their live stream, Bringing “Stranger Things” to Life: An Evening with Aaron Sims Creative, and see how the Burbank, CA studio created the terrifying Demogorgon!
http://bit.ly/2c7XIsw

Ep. 014: Pat Marconett – Disney TV Animation Background And Layout Designer – Part II

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In part two of Pat Marconett’s interview, Pat discusses his work on Adult Swim’s Mr. Pickles, Fox ADHD’s Axe Cop and Disney TV Animation’s Sofia The First. He also talks about the importance of having a personal project and how that helps fuel your personal creativity as well as enabling you to become a better employee , balancing work and family life, and keeping self-doubt at bay. It’s an excellent conclusion to this two part episode!

Pat Marconett’s Portfolio

Website
www.patmarconett.com

Tumblr
http://pat-marconett.tumblr.com/

Twitter
@PatMarconett

Instagram
@PatMarconett

The Show

Website
www.theanimatedjourney.com

Twitter
@animjourney

Instagram
@animjourney

Facebook
www.facebook.com/theanimatedjourney

The Host

Website
www.sketchysoul.com

Tumblr
www.sketchysoul.tumblr.com

Twitter
@SketchySoul

Instagram
@Sketchy_Soul