Welcome back! Looking forward to 2019, thanks for being a part of Monday Meetings.
Got some ideas/guests planned for 2019, but if you have any suggestions hit us up via email, twitter, slack, etc.
setting them, and new monthly challenges we're going to start issuing!
Doing instagram dailies. To get better at techniques that may be difficult to do with a client project. Has been doing some personal projects and enjoying them.
Try and theme personal projects more. For example, only do things in the color red or a glitchy aesthetic
Adjust how to attack projects.
Quantity vs. quality.
Working on more projects, quantity over quality to actually grow more.
Shed the worry of perfection.
Changing away from personal name to actual company name.
Taking on the mindset that he is actually a studio.
Operate as "Nugget and Bundle."
Middle of the month meetings in Atlanta.
Focus on larger projects, and not loose interest and move onto another one, leaving lots of unfinished projects.
Upgrading my rig finally.
Putting out a demo reel.
Learn how to draw.
Longer term projects.
Everyday projects don't work for him.
New year goal: Get a job in a decent animation studio in London
Moving either to CA or to CO... which brings a whole slew of yearly goals in its' own
Applying for Adobe Creative Residency.
Educational videos. A monthly series.
C4D Basecamp at SOM.
Spend a weekend at Sorrofsky in March for title design.
Land some more local clients.
Reaching out to studios and people I'd like to work with.
Doing a bit more personal work.
Getting involved in the community more and giving back.
Phil Roberts aka RaidZer0:
Taking a month off in February to regroup.
Nick aka rockaFORCE:
Finishing up a personal project that has been going on for years.
Meet up with more local people in Buffalo.
Getting more projects that go beyond bio work. Getting redundant.
30 - 50 emails to agencies / potential clients.
Make more connections in Chicago and St. Louis
Sorrofsky in March as well.
Find a job in title design, whether freelance or employee
Settle somewhere (changed 5 cities & countries in the last 5 years, exciting but so tiring)
Join a real-life community for motion graphic that is in my reach, that goes with settling somewhere I guess...