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Animator Wanted for Scene in Short Film 🌎

Looking for: Animator
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My name is Tina, I’m a filmmaker based in Philadelphia. My production company is JSDFY Films. We’re working on a short film and in need some animation for a specific scene. Ideally this animation sequence would be roughly 15-20 seconds (can be longer up to 30 secs if need be).

The details of what I need are described in this excerpt from the storyboard:
CAMERA zooms into one white eyeball transitioning to ANIMATION: The kid’s brain is lighting up like a pinball machine. The animation perspective is from the view of the pinball being bounced around lighting up different parts of the brain. Perspective bounces in multiple directions before eventually bouncing to an aerial view of the entire brain lit up and turning bright white for transition fade to CAMERA zooms out of eye
(I can provide the visual storyboard if needed)
The animation style should based around 90’s Saturday morning cartoons. It doesn’t have to specifically replicate any specific cartoon during the time that’s just the style I was going for since this short film is based around Saturday morning cartoons.

You don’t have to be in the Philadelphia area, this freelance position can be remote. We are currently planning a 3-month timeline to complete the short with hopes of completing the animation within the first 2 months.

Are you looking to pay or is this a collaboration?
Pay to hire someone

Is this ongoing work or a one off job?
One-off specific project or job

How would you prefer to pay for the project?
Fixed project total

Enter your job or project budget range? (USD)
$250-500 (Beginner)

Do you have an estimate of the job or project length?
Other (enter in the description)

Are you a company or individual hiring?
Personal job or project

When do you want to have the freelancer secured by?
1 month

What is most important for this job?
Quality

Where did you find Twine?
Google

Posted 2 months ago
Tina Duncan
Last online: 2 months ago


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