You might get slightly more appropriate responses if you describe your requirements a little. Are you making a short film? Corporate production? Television? A feature film? What kind of work is it - typography? Compositing? Motion tracking? What duration - 10 secs? A minute? A half hour?
You'll waste a lot less of your own and other people's time if you provide some up-front details to potentially interested designers.
We did ths dance a few months ago with someone who wanted to hire an AE artist for a video game "proof of score" video. I think Szalam won the bid at $2,500 but he's never told us how the job worked out.
Bahahaha, I was just thinking the same thing, Bogie!
The other bidders conceded, but the original poster never actually awarded me the winner. I think they ran away and didn't come back.
I am interested in making a series about rubber ducks, like I related to Comedy Central intros.. sort of just like 5 second and funny, maybe a stupid noise included but I'm not worried about that. I want to just see what you can do..
It will mainly be a mixture of all three; (typography, compositing, motion tracking.).
Any other information I'll let you know.
I'm looking to make 5-30 minute short films just about drama of rubber ducks.
Why don't you contact DREAMWORKS, they should be able to handle such a project.
No dude, I was just wondering since this is an Adobe After Effects forum. One of you guys are bound to learn how to do an intro. I'm obviously too stupid to learn.
I want to just see what you can do.
Wait a second, are you asking us to create the work before you give any sort of quote or are you looking for links to demo reels?
You want it to be a mixture of typography, compositing, and motion tracking? Unless you've got footage that you're wanting your person to use, there is very little chance they'll need to do motion tracking.
Do you have a title or anything specific you want included?
As stated before, I want sort of a humorous theme of animation and excitement. Look at the latest Comedy Central introduction animations.. except I want to do this with a rubber duck series I am starting. Make it pop up and down with a little bit of all three.
And yes, I want you to show me what you can do before the final copy is released. Like put
and animate something like above ^^^
I'd recommend to anybody accepting paid work that they clearly define the parameters of payment before beginning. Working for free or for fun is one thing, but I feel the introduction of promised remuneration moves that work into a more professional domain that requires more serious consideration. This forum is populated by members ranging from beginners to industry professionals, each of which will have very different expectations of what constitutes reasonable payment for such services.
I'm not particularly comfortable with the soliciting of work in this forum for unspecified payment, and I think enough details exist for someone to pursue the offer (with caution, please!) if they are interested. I don't think any more discussion will be beneficial.
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