Working on a Masters Animation project

A colleague of mine, Francisco Dias, talked with our drawing teacher, Sahra Kunz, who suggested that he offered to help on a masters animation project. Franciso told me about it and I obviously wanted to come along.

We first met with the people of the project while they were working so it was a bit strange because they were not expecting us. Later on, they contacted us and called us for a portfolio review.

On the review day we’ve met them and surprisingly it was more like a selection interview and not a review! Francisco went first and then me. To be honest I was quite scared when I entered the room. There were the 4 people of the project sitting looking at me, just looking, not saying a word. I eventually broke the silence and asked them if they wanted to see my work. That was the easy part, showing my work. After that they asked me how I would like to help and what kind of things I’m interested in, the programs I master and the commitment I was willing to give.

In the end of the interview, they said they would discuss “my case” and that they would find a way to test me… I’m not quite sure if I should be scared!!!

Meanwhile, they asked for my CV and I had to make one in 5 minutes because it was urgent.. This is an opportunity to make a real CV that I can use in the future.

I am still not sure what to expect from this project but I’m excited because it’s animation 🙂

Stay tuned!

 

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