Many would find the title statement negative, but lets be positive here. This is the end of an era, the end of learning corporate rules, and playing the part of the chameleon. An end of red tape, and pointless meetings. And lets usher in a new age of teaching, learning and providing that enthusiasm I have been squandering on the the beat down corporate zombies.

I’m breaking back out and providing the over the top, puts the box, open minded, free thinking product of my imagination. After all its my imagination that got me here in the first place. Don’t get me wrong the corporate area pays well, has benefits and offers a safe environment with which to learn grow and succeed. That is if you can make it work for you. But eventually I think we are lucky enough to find the light bulb ideas that lead us to take the next chance. And I like taking chances. I don’t like betting , but if  its  taking a chance and  I just need to rely on myself to work hard and keep trying…. I have found that is less risky with each time I try.

I’m going to teach you how I have made the systems work for me. Show you the tricks on how to get in, and how to stay in. Oh and don’t forget I will specifically cover how to get what you want!

 

2 thoughts on “This is the end.

  1. I am very intrigued by this post and what you have to say about the industry of imagination and while it has benefits can be stifling. I am not, at least right now, able to enter said industry. I can explain more at a later date but I am very interested to hear what you have to say about it. While I was in school I rarely if ever heard much about how it works much less how to get in. The “best” advice I’d received was to start with a temp agency. Seems logical enough to me. Eventually I’d find employment that would be a good fit for both me and the employer. So now that I have graduated and continue to educate myself through online tutorials and moving forward with completing projects I never had the chance to fully complete in school, I am very interested to hear our story of how you have arrived where you currently are and your insights into the industry.
    Sincerely,
    Stephen
    A.A.S. Animation and Video for Multimedia
    P.S.
    I am a lifetime member of Kung Fu Jackrabbit.
    P.P.S.
    My portfolio is lacking a great deal of other relevant work I created for school pending further development and completion.

    1. Hi Stephen,
      I apologize for my slow response. With so many forms of social input its easy to get lost in it sometimes. Im looking for a consolidated mailbox…haha
      First let me say thank you for becoming a member and I hope your finding the content Im publishing useful.
      As for returning to the post I feel like there is a clear definied path Id like to explain for beginning artist. Thank you so much for writing and reminding me to get this out of my head and publish it.

      I’ll try and speed it up!
      -G

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