Basic Animator and comedy writer wanted

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sean quinn

  • Wednesday 7th November 2018, 10:48am
  • England
  • 15 posts

Ello there,
Looking for someone with spare time on their hands and someone who Lives in or around London!

I've created a animated show which I'm uploading to youtube every two weeks, think of south park meets fonejacker with a bit of Big lez show thrown in there.

I've come up with a unique style of animation which allows anybody to learn it within a few months, ( I taught myself in that time) I wanted to create a show in which I can share all my comical ideas, sketches, characters with the world and this show is the place for me and maybe yourself to do that.

I will train you in this software so you can help me animate it, and also allow you to contribute your ideas to the show and even create your own characters who you can voice if you so desire.

I'm not making any money from it yet, I'm only 2 episodes in, however, whatever episode you help out on I will give you a percentage of that videos earning in the future!

This is a great oppertunity for someone who wants to learn a few useful software such as Adobe photoshop, after effects and premiere pro, also have a platform where you can write, create and voice anything you think of.

Please get in touch and I will send you my youtube channel!

CHeers

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Ben Aveling

  • Tuesday 20th November 2018, 5:06pm
  • Cambridgeshire and Northampton, United Kingdom
  • 1 posts

I'm looking for any opportunities for comedic writing. Happy to help. Let me know.

I'm looking for any opportunities for comedic writing. Happy to help. Let me know.

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Flook

  • Monday 26th November 2018, 3:11pm
  • Devon, England
  • 272 posts

Thank you Mr Wimsett.
I have been messing around with a new magazine NSFW
http://closet-art.uk/index.html

Thats a useful link you have put up, for somebody in the script writing business, which unfortunately, I am terrible at.

I have only just recently spent a couple of days looking at how animation might work. I think the archer style animation isnt too difficult. The laborious in between frames seemed to have been omitted and people accept that - mind I couldnt believe how bad 'South Park' was when I first saw it.
Check out this test
http://closet-art.uk/scandal-at-st-twonks/index.html

Of course the all important sacred ingredient is.. 'the script',.. oh and voice actors..and of course a venue that will show said film
I suppose theres always youtube for starters.

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Cal

  • Sunday 2nd December 2018, 6:19pm
  • United Kingdom
  • 1 posts

Hi
I'm learning premiere pro and after effects now and am also interested in scriptwriting currently doing a film practice degree got lots of time would love to work on this

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Flook

  • Sunday 2nd December 2018, 9:18pm
  • Devon, England
  • 272 posts

Moho and Studio Max here. The poster has not responded. Im moving on.