Nadia Cano

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What is your name and your current occupation?
I´m Nadia Cano. I´m currently working on the Storyboards for an Animation Series on Paka-Paka Channel, a new Argentine animation channel. I´m responsible of creating the complete storyboard for 26 episodes of CUT-OUT animation based on children´s book. This TV show has three seasons and I have been involved in all of them. The first season is called “Taller de Historias”, the second, “De cuento en cuento” and the third one still hasn´t got a name defined.

What are some of the crazier jobs you had before getting into animation?
I had only one job before getting into animation. I was working to embroider blouses for old women with an artistic design. I had a very low salary. I worked 12 hours per day without benefits. In that moment was a hard time to my country, everyone was unemployed. At least I was making art (in some way).


What are some of your favorite projects you’re proud to have been a part of?
I think every project leaves me something new. The project that makes me proud is: De cuento en Cuento. I made all of 26 episodes of 20 minutes for Paka-Paka Channel. Without any help and with a very tight schedule, I worked from scratch on the preproduction of the show: character design, layouts and storyboards. Thanks to all my work and effort, the team of production gain prestige and popularity.

Where are you from and how did you get into the animation business?
I´m from Argentina. I got into animation while I was in third year of my career. All my family was unemployed and I got Continue reading