Why work in America? Work internationally, get respect.


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Posted by James Haden on April 25, 1999 at 06:53:32:

From all the message I have read, it is obvious that your art talents are not appreciate
by the American executives. Worst yet, people in America
don't appreciate the hard work that goes into an animated series.

I understand your situation. I had the same situation a few years ago.
I am independent artist who have created a few animated shorts and
have shown some of my work to the executives.

Of course, my work wasn't respected and appreciated. The executives told me
that my work, "wasn't something they were looking for."

I was very frustrated and I couldn't understand what was wrong. Anyway, everything
changed when I got a phone call from a friend overseas. He asked me whether or
not I would be interested in working with him.

Seeing how my work wasn't being appreciated in America, I decided to take the
chance to work overseas.

Wow, what a difference. The executives over there appreciate my work.
To make a long story short, I now have in enough funding to create more
of my animated shorts.

Seriously, some of you should consider to work internationally. Your work will
be respected in other countries than in America.


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