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DreamWorks Animation seeks Storyboard Artist for How To Train Your Dragon TV Series! How to apply: go to careers.dreamworksanimation.co… IMPORTANT info below:

Follow instructions for applying for an Artistic Position by clicking the appropriate tab at the top of the description panel.

Be sure to note in your application that you are applying for the Storyboard Artist position on How To Train Your Dragon.
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solitaryzombie Featured By Owner Jan 4, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
Does Dreamworks only accept physical portfolios? I'd like to apply but I typically just apply to jobs online since sending flat books gets expensive.
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shermcohen Featured By Owner Jan 25, 2013  Professional Filmographer
All of that info is on their website if you follow the links above.

How to Apply for Artistic Positions

All artistic submissions should include:
Resume
DVD formatted demo reel and/or portfolio
Breakdown which describes your specific contribution to the work
Portfolio / Reel Guidelines:

Reels should be on DVD (NTSC)
Reels should be no longer than 4-5 minutes and should consist of your best work beginning with your most recent projects.
Reels should be labeled with your name, the position you’re applying for and contact information. This will be helpful if your reel happens to get separated from your resume.
Portfolios should not contain original work since submissions will not be returned.
By submitting your reel and/or portfolio, you agree that the submission will be governed by the policy for reel and portfolio submissions set forth in the TERMS OF USE
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solitaryzombie Featured By Owner Jan 25, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
Thank you!
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PatBoutin Featured By Owner Jan 4, 2013  Professional
Thx for the hint; it is very kind of you!

Pat
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Bandling45 Featured By Owner Jan 3, 2013  Student Digital Artist
Do y'all write any journals about colleges where we could go? (I'm in high school)
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shermcohen Featured By Owner Jan 25, 2013  Professional Filmographer
Here's some good info about schools for art and animation: [link]
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Bandling45 Featured By Owner Jan 25, 2013  Student Digital Artist
Thank you! :)
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eliselu Featured By Owner Jan 10, 2013
Heya! For storyboarding? I recommend CalArts (although it's super-expensive) SVA or Sheridan. Or, if you don't want to go into loads of art school debt, move to LA and take classes locally at the Animation Guild or Concept Design Academy.

DRAW EVERY DAY!
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Bandling45 Featured By Owner Jan 11, 2013  Student Digital Artist
Whoo. I was wondering if you knew any (for both storyboard and/or concept art) in Texas. I made plans to look at North Texas this summer, but mostly for art. I do know that my friend (who's a senior; I'm a sophomore) is submitting his portfolio to SCAD. My problem is that I don't have a lot of money. :( Thank you for getting back to me, btw :)
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eliselu Featured By Owner Jan 20, 2013
Hey fellow Texan! UNT is a great school, but not necessarily a great place for animation. Unfortunatly, there isn't a great place to get an animation industry education in Texas (*cough* Art Institute *cough*). That's why I went to SCAD for animation...which I can't really recommend that either. I got the impression that SCAD kind of runs on a for-profit premise (40K/year? No thanks!) If you want to work at studios like Cartoon Network or DreamWorks, it REALLY helps out if you're going to school around Los Angeles. There are some exceptions, but if you wanna work at an animation studio, you should live in the area when you apply! You can send me a note if you want to talk more, I'd love to give any advice you if you need it, I wish someone had told me some of the stuff I know now :D
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