‘Two Birds, One Stone’ added to Loot Crate!
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Some great news…
…the guys over at Loot Crate reached out to me and said they’d like to show my new short film – “Two Birds One Stone” – on their platform. They were showcasing new animated content, and it sounded like a great opportunity to get out my lil’ film in-front of more eyeballs. One of the big challenges of making animation this day and age is paradoxically, also one of it’s benefits – technology. On the one hand, it’s now easier and more accessible than ever to create animation, from your imagination to your fingertips – and “get it out there”.
But, because of that – there is now so much more content out there these days. So much so, that it’s almost become an art-form in itself trying to get your lil’ project to be noticed in the seas, oceans even, of content.
Quite simply, people have so much choice and so much means to find their content – it’s hard often to know where to begin.
So, when established companies such as Loot Crate give you these opportunities, it does feel like a (albeit small) vindication that you’re on the right steps, and that making your own stuff can be a positive step forward.
Anyways, enough from me – here’s the upload of my film “Two Birds, One Stone“, for what it’s worth – on Loot Crate’s Youtube channel.
Enjoy, and as always, please share and comment (it’s always great to hear what people think, in any critical context)!
My short can be found in amongst a litany of other interesting content that Loot Crate have put together over at their “The Daily Crate” blog – which is where their “Animation Showcase” took place. Check it out:-
**Check It Out – Who be these Loot Crate fellas?
“Loot Crate is a worldwide leader in fan-commerce, whose mission is to unite the world through the shared celebration of fandom”
That’s what it says on the tin!
No matter what you geek out about, they have a monthly subscription box that you can order full of relatable content, Exclusive collectibles, apparel and gear – that you can get delivered to your door.
I haven’t used them myself for any of this collectible based shenanigans, but it seems like a pretty good place to get all your gizmos at a convenient and customizable place, if that’s your sort of thing.
They also, as a sort of binary to that – do a lot of content and media driven around the ever growing storm that is “geek culture”. It’s obviously a huuuuge industry this day and age, and these guys seem to know their stuff when it comes to just that. Give them a looksee and let me know what you think…
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