Came across and old article about Dreams and Passion for this animation industry blog. It seems the writer was questioning the state of the industry and the schools churning out students for the industry and not finding jobs. Similar over … Continue reading Don’t Give up on your Dreams in Animation – the Skills vs Passion and Re-Think Hope
Social Media not good For Creators and they should Quit it. Continue reading Creators quit social media
Difficult Years Play the Long Game I am reminded by an old post about going through difficult practice years before a destination is reached in a creator journey Continue reading Difficult Years Play the Long Game
I am guilty of this. One problem with many creatives is we crave the new but this can be detrimental to getting things shipped. I was recently am tempted to try Blender and Switching around my content marketing game plan. Trying new engines. Or working with new workflows. But at the end of the dabbling I shipped nothing. Go down one door. There is a process to reaching mastery. And it takes time playing the long game just sticking to one focus. This guys articulates what I feel. I think many times we want to quit when we hit that … Continue reading Don’t be a Dabbler – Aim for mastery
Robert Kirkman Creator Activism about owning your own content property an old SXSW talk 5 Years ago. While not for everyone I feel that with new #IndieCreators (Part or Full Time) it’s good to have options for your creations. #cgboss Continue reading Robert Kirkman Creator Activism
I thought this discussion was good and it made me think about once I wanted to make courses around Game Dev or Animation as a solopreneur. A constructive and inclusive social network for software developers. With you every step of your journey.— Read on dev.to/avdi/eric-avdi-talk-about-the-developer-education-business-35de Topics covered include: Non-obvious pros and cons of selling subscription vs one-off products. Courseware hosts such as Podia, Kajabi, Thinkific, and Teachable Why many of those courseware hosts have business models that favor hobbyists, not professional educators. The Lynda.com business model Our experiences with hosted e-commerce/courseware platforms, building our own software, and using WordPress as a platform. The explore/expand/extract phases of a business. Continue reading Eric & Avdi Talk About the Developer Education Business – DEV Community 👩💻👨💻
Desk Thoughts #10 by CG BOSS. Thinking about the next 20 Years and Content Creation. Continue reading CG BOSS Desk Thoughts #10 – Content Creation and Tech
Note: This is a long blog post about my story on how I got to be a UI Developer.
How does one move on from Animation into a Developer position?
What skills do I need? Besides Tech Skills?
I am currently doing work as a UI Developer and this is my story, how I landed a Developer job in 2-3 months after graduating from an animation course by doing some self-improvement and self-learning new skills.
This is a recount of how I went from my time at Animation to UI Development.
Are we Addicted to too much motivation (Inspiration)? Continue reading Addicted to motivation (Inspiration)
Eventually this blog will be lost. Just like all other digital media. I have been looking around at alternatives to host these webpages.
Sometimes I come up with an idea for a character, design or a business idea. I would go to Google to check out what others have done. Google is a platform for answering questions and chances are there is already something out there. Browsings the searhc results I quickly feel less inclined to work on my idea. Maybe we all have been trained to just Google things. And then in-action takes over. Here is something else to do instead. Write it down and Leave it alone I find it is better to write the idea down it alone for a … Continue reading Don’t Google your idea
Niche marketing is tough. Continue reading Problem with Niches