How To Get Into The Animation Industry

How To Get Into The Animation Industry

So you want to know how to get into the animation industry. Whether you’re an artist or someone who just loves cartoons and want to be apart of the industry in some way, Im going to be sharing with you 6 tips to help you get your foot in the door. 
But before we start, a little bit about myself. My name is Eric Bravo and I’ve interned with Warner Bros, Nickelodeon & DreamWorks on the movie Penguins of Madagascar. I recently made a cartoon short with Nickelodeon called The Outsiders as the creator & writer as part of their shorts program. Click here if you’d like to see it! And I am currently in my dungeon (the process) of coming up with more ideas for cartoons.
Now that you know a little bit about myself and my background, let’s begin!

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How to Get an Animation Internship: A Guide that Helps You Apply, Interview, and Get Your Foot Into Show Business

How to Get an Animation Internship: A Guide that Helps You Apply, Interview, and Get Your Foot Into Show Business

If you’re a student who wants a job in the animation industry, then an animation internship is the best way to improve your chances of getting into this exclusive and exciting industry! But how do you get an animation internship?

In this book, you’ll discover:

·      Where to start and how to build experience

·      What kind of internships there are

·      How to set your application apart

·      How to tailor your resume and cover letter for success

·      The interview questions you could be asked

·      The best way to deal with interview rejection

·      What to do when you get that dream internship

·      How to turn an internship into something bigger

 

In his super senior year, author Eric Bravo landed three studio internships—at Warner Bros. Records, Nickelodeon Animation Studios, and DreamWorks Animation Studios on the movie Penguins of Madagascar. In this book, you’ll find all of Eric’s knowledge and years of experience laid out for you to use as a blueprint.

 

You’ll get a “behind the scenes” look as Eric interviews industry professionals who interned at major animation studios such as Nickelodeon, DreamWorks, Walt Disney, Cartoon Network, LAIKA, and Industrial Light & Magic. The book also contains helpful tips and insightful knowledge from recruiters, including what entertainment studios look for in an intern.

 

About the author: Eric Bravo is a writer, photographer, traveler,

and creator who made his cartoon short The

Outsiders with Nickelodeon while simultaneously

working on Google’s Self Driving Car Project. You can find

Eric online at www.eric-bravo.com.

 

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