A few years ago I started a studio called Intender Animation Studio. It all started very nice and everything seemed to go well. Cause of a lack of organisation and problems with contacting each other the group “died”. Now it’s February 2007 I’m ready to get the group running again.
Below is a list of applicable jobs.
Current Applicable Jobs:
Script Writer(1x)This group is non-profit.
Applications can be send to this address:
More seriously though… you (AniCator) are asking for people to join your studio, whatever and wherever that may be, and you are asking them to show you what they can do. But what do you have to offer?
And how are you going to solve the issue that made your other studio fail?
Lastly, what’s your definition of a studio?
My definition of a studio would have at least one room. Not a chat room, but a room you can touch and walk into. I guess it would have green walls, decorated lamps, comfy chairs, tables and equipment to actually make something.
Does this mean that you use all your proceeds to pay your staff and re-invest the rest in the company, with nothing being kept as pure profit? Or do you use the profits to support some charitable organisation?
AFAIK this is the definition of a non-profit organisation.
Thanks for that tip. I thought non-profit means that a “company/studio” is not aimed at getting money.
Please correct me more on mistakes in my first post.
I actually hoped everybody would get the point that I’m not going to pay the team.
I’m not sure how to explain everything currently.
But the stuff on the website about Sergeant Dick will be removed.
Intender Animation will start small. We’ll start with a short film. A simple short. Later on we’ll go for bigger goals.
The main goal is to entertain the viewer for free.
After some investigation I noticed that almost everytime the first comment on a thread is negative all the others are commonly negative too.
Like the lock comment I got here is not very usefull. animatinator why did you post that comment?
Why would this be locked up?
I’m not just another guy that’s going to “start a group that is starting with to big ambitions”.
I’m sure most users have seen my project pop up in the WIP forum a lot (it’s called FantaCratia).
Why do people always think that others can’t make a succesfull “studio”.
Let’s not talk to much about how I’ve written it. Let’s talk about the future of Intender.
Many people won’t be interested anymore cause of the negative comments.
To join mail the e-mail address in the first post with some information and the job you want to do.
PS: Also I noticed that most people don’t take these threads serious and just follow the crowd that didn’t read it too. Should I have posted this PS?
Your initial post is identical to many tens of other posts that pop up with increasing frequency. :eek:
A better strategy might be to keep posting updates to your movie in the WIP thread and ask for specific help when you get stuck. It’s a strategy we’ve seen work before.
I’ve found the best-fit equation is, the more general and ambitions a post, the more negative the response; by extrapolation: the more specific and precise a query, the more positive and helpful the replies are. :yes:
You should use the word CREW. A studio is a location, a place where artists can work.
If You want to bring together a group of people to make movies/music or whatever, then this is a crew, or a team, but crew sounds more cool.
The word studio is way too big for what You want to do, that is why people are confused and You get angry replys.
So what is your project called? I just went to your site and nothing there. Please add a story board of your proposed short, script, time frame from planning to release date, targeted audience, well you had a studio before, you know the details.
Please add these, I am keen to see what your hoping to achieve. If you have a demo reel to show some your previous projects, then I am sure to PM you.
Good luck. P.s. Your site needs some major modifications, I would concentrate first on doing all the ground work, then start asking for help. People will respond better.
But I’m not non-experienced.
I’m not over-amibitous, I’m trying to keep cool, but all this mess makes it a problem.
Sorry for the lightning problem.
Mis-spelled. It’s Lighting Expert.
Still can we stop talking about results etc.
Okay… so details. You have an incredible list of talents you wish to recruit: Current Applicable Jobs:
Editor(2x)This studio is non-profit.
, and you don’t know what your first team (crew) project is yet? :eek:
I am an illustrator designing books and the such, and even working by myself, it is impossible to get work out without the basics done first. Story… target audience…umm sorry but I tend to understand why the other guys were giving you a hard time. No one can take your project seriously if your not serious about it yourself.
If you would like to join a team environment, I recommend you try the open movie project that I have seen somewhere on the forum, give that a go before you try something overly ambitious yourself. My 2 scents…:yes:
I’ll upload two simple animations of rigs I made as soon as I can to show some results.
I’ll also spend a whole midday on making a good animation with a rig.
Those two simple animations were made in about 15/30 minutes.
The third one will be more complex and time consuming.
I hope you’ll appreciate this.
It’s late here. I have to go to bed.
Sleep well everyone.