Hey all, I got this email today from my contact William Prince at Sony asking to let as many people as possible know that they are currently looking for a motion graphics designer.
“Having just moved into our brand new state-of-the-art facility we are currently searching for an experienced Motion Graphics Designer within our Creative Services group.
As part of our creative team you will be responsible for designing beautiful static and motion graphics , including 2D and 3D animations for Blu-ray, (HDMV, Java and Stereoscopic ), DVD menus, work for TV ads and internal print and web work.
If you are interested the link to apply for the post is below.
Here it is people, the event everyone (or possibly just some of you) has been waiting for, watch it live for hopefully uninterrupted Cupertino greatness. Get those bank cards ready, this could get expensive!
EDIT!!! This appears to be four nerds quite literally commentating on the event in a sport for radio fashion. DON’T WASTE YOUR TIME! Unless you enjoy the concept of sports commentary for radio, but hate sport.
Video stream courtesy of maypalo.com
This is becoming a common theme in my day to day inbox intake so much so that I thought I would write a little post about it.
Now this may gain similar attention to the bomb building guides written by scientists who are publishing exacting diagrams and potentially lethal schematics because they genuinely want to help other like minded individuals understand their thinking. I must re-iterate to all of those who are busy enough to have the time to read this that I am only trying to demonstrate the theory and not advocating the practice of what I am about to write.
About 10 months ago I decided to start creating and selling After Effects templates via Videohive so as to have a small amount of passive income to cover my expenses whilst me and my girlfriend went travelling around South East Asia.
This has proved to be a pretty good investment of my time and I am currently sat comfortably in the top 100 Videohive authors. With my first year on the Hive drawing to a close at the end of next month, I can see a projected first year income of around £18000. Not bad considering the total work put into this would rack up to no more than four or five weeks.
It’s been a long time coming but I finally managed to sit down for five minutes* and get my new site online.