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K-hermann Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2013  Professional Filmographer
@01:22yeahh !!
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K-hermann Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2013  Professional Filmographer
@00:35

Thanks burningvegeta

You will , it's easy, just work a lotand that's it

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I was finally paid , after like years of waiting and negociations
Ok well , thanks for the support and the comments ,even with that , i'll be carefull next time , very careful, always ask for upfront money !

Better version here
vimeo.com/71968448

I did this for some rapper ? but never got paid for this (as usual)
Also the payment was very very very low (so it's nota loss)
For more than 6 months of hard work and more than 5000 drawings

All that for nothing
Well it's not like i got any faith in them but now i wonder HOW and mostly WHY

Never trust anyone (at least i didnt delivered them the product)
Always have the product secure !

There is no song of course ,just the animation
i'll use this in my new demoreel 2013 and probably upload better quality soon
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V0LT1C Featured By Owner May 25, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
This was beautiful
Awesome job :)
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K-hermann Featured By Owner May 26, 2014  Professional Filmographer
Hey !
thanks to you
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V0LT1C Featured By Owner May 27, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
np :)
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Tattorack Featured By Owner Mar 15, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Holy son of a................
And I thought your first animation was epic! This is... this is....
Why aren't somewhere in the main animation business!?!!
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K-hermann Featured By Owner Mar 16, 2014  Professional Filmographer
Thanks !
Nope i never saw an animated studios of my life (meaning i never officially worked as an animator somewhere)

Why ? not me to ask this question , go to the studios and ask them , i'm sure they have all sort of (funny) answers to that.
In any case , look at my work and look at what they produce too...
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Tattorack Featured By Owner Mar 16, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Well, no. Most cartoons aren't this quality of animation (they're based on a lot of still images that aren't moving at all cleverly placed together).
This type of animation I've only seen in (usually) older animation movies! Ok, its not the best animation I've seen, but it comes pretty close! And I'm thinking of how good you'll be 10 years from now... or even 5!
Of course, it would be so much better if you'd get your own studio somehow, but considering hiw difficultthat is... ^^;
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K-hermann Featured By Owner Mar 16, 2014  Professional Filmographer
Well thanks a lot dude , very cool from you
If i dont have enough skill to earn my life with animation then so be it , the future will tell us if those people were right or wrong

For creating animation studio ,yeah but for the moment i prefere work as an independant contractor.
If i got a lot of work and praise i'll create it and it will be more economic viable
if you create a studio just by hasard and chance , it could work but there is greater chance of failing and having problems.
This media is very competitive and some people will do anything prevent a new challenger fairly coming in .
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Tattorack Featured By Owner Mar 16, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
You're welcome!

I didn't mean make one this isntant! :XD:
Its obviously more logical to make a buildup of somekind and get known before starting something like that.
And yeah... its kinda saddening, medai isn't based on art quality but how well you can hustle the economics  :saddummy:
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ElDiabolito Featured By Owner Mar 15, 2014  Professional Filmographer
this is all some really nice work.  it is unfortunate that you weren't well compensated for all your hard work.  it is something i believe we as artists learn much too late - the value of our time and our skill.  often we are told we should just be happy that we get to work, but the truth is that we're the only ones who can do what we do (why else would they be asking us to do it?)  you learn quickly that spit and a handshake, or a favor for a friend are empty and meaningless to a binding contract written on paper and signed by all parties.  you also learn that your value is not to be understated nor misused.  you also learn that you are ultimately a business, you provide services to those who need it for a competitive price.  all that said, i can't stress to you the importance of a contract.  something that binds both you and your client into a legal agreement outlining pay, time, scope of work, what happens when the work expands, and what happens when you don't deliver or the client refuses or dodges pay.  a contract can save your business and protect your value and it gives you a legal recourse when the client tries to screw you out of money and hard work.  they came to you because they can't do it themselves.  your price can be modest, fair, competitive; but it shouldn't ever put you at risk of being upside-down on production (in that it cost YOU more to do the work than the work actually paid back).
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K-hermann Featured By Owner Mar 16, 2014  Professional Filmographer
Well thanks
I was finally paid off , but not much it should be
ANyway yeah ,next time i'll be more harsh with contract stuff and make sure they paid if they try to do some shitty thing to me.

thanks for the help.(and yeah the contract thing , we dont learn at all in fact , some are totally clueless of how it works but heh people will said that's our own fault...)
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