Paolo Libunao

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What is your name and your current occupation?
I’m Paolo Libunao. Not much of an animator. I’m into pre-visualization i.e. story boarding and concept art. I also illustrate comic books and other stuff. I work freelance.

What are some of the crazier jobs you had before getting into animation?
I don’t think I’ve done any crazy jobs.

What are some of your favorite projects you’re proud to have been a part of?
There’s “Armor Quest” a graphic novel from Rising Star Studios. Concept art for “Earth-Steel-Stone”. As for story boards, well there are those that I made for video game cinematics for Raptura Games.

How did you become interested in animation?
As a kid we all loved watching cartoons, I loved drawing them. It became Continue…

George Pfromm

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What is your name and your current occupation?
My name is George Pfromm and I am a freelance animator and illustrator, and a full time faculty member in the animation department at the New England Institute of Art.


What are some of the crazier jobs you had before getting into animation?
Working the front desk at a walk in clinic for homeless schizophrenics and crack addicts in Seattle was a nutty one. I enjoyed almost every minute of that one truthfully.


What are some of your favorite projects you’re proud to have been a part of?
Hands down, storyboard artist at Flying Rhinoceros Inc. in Portland Oregon in 1999 –2000. It was my first full time animation job and I have not worked with the level of talent like that since. I got a few glimmers of how special it was and how good everyone in the animation department was but I had no idea how rare that perfect storm of talent can be.


How did you become interested in animation?
I blame it all on Jonny Quest, the Herculoids, and Alex Toth in general I guess. I watched cartoons every morning on Saturdays as a kid in the seventies, and used comic books to give me through the long week until Continue…



Featuring 16 new awesome animated shorts from 11 countries!




Oct 21st ­ Oct. 27th

Two versions

Family Friendly – 12 shorts

MATURE AUDIENCES – 4 bonus shorts starting after 7:00PM


Stems – Ainslie Hendersen (Scotland)

     Shift – Cecilia Puglesi & Yijun Liu (U.S.)

     Pearl – Patrick Osborne (U.S.)

     Crin-crin – Iris Alexandre (Belgium)

     Mirror – Chris Ware, John Kuramoto, Ira Glass (U.S.)

     Last summer in the garden – bekky O¹Neil (Canada)

     Waiting for the New Year – Vladimir Leschiov (Latvia)

     Piper – Alan Barillaro (U.S.)

     Bøygen – Kristian Pedersen (Norway)

     Afternoon Class – Seoro Oh (Korea)

     About a Mother – Dina Velikovskaya (Russia)

     Exploozy – Joshua Gunn, Trevor Piecham, & John McGowan (U.S.)

     CORPUS – Marc Héricher (France)

     BLUE – Daniela Sherer (Israel)

     MANOMAN – Simon Cartwright (England)

     ALL THEIR SHADES – Chloé Alliez (Belgium)


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Animating with Mike Milo on Adobe Twitch Episode 8

If you missed our 8th broadcast it’s up now on Youtube… come on now you know you wanna listen to my Jersey accent for 3 hours!

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Well, it’s there either way… Join us live from 12pm to 3pm PST every Saturday on where I broadcast and animate stuff live using Adobe’s Animate software.




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  • Nickelodeon Animation Studio is looking for a Storyboard Artist for its new TV movie, Lucky. This position will last 3 or 4 months. MUST HAVE A KNACK FOR COMEDY. PREFERABLY AN ARTIST WITH EXPERIENCE ON BOARD-DRIVEN PROJECTS.


  • Meet with creative supervisors to discuss objectives of storyboard; what is desired or to be achieved.
  • Create storyboards by implementing storytelling objectives.
  • Follow instructions of creative supervisors.
  • Address any problems with creative supervisors; ask necessary questions.
  • Communicate progress of work to creative supervisors and to appropriate production staff.
  • Ensure quality and style of show is consistently achieved in storyboard work.
  • Follow proper document management requirements (i.e., file naming and storage) according to the production’s guidelines.
  • Meet all deadlines as determined by Line Producer or Production Manager.
  • Attend and contribute to relevant meetings and pitches as needed.
  • Maybe be required to pitch Storyboards.
  • Ensure all storyboard notes are added.

Basic Qualifications


  • Must demonstrate proficiency in style of show.
  • Strong staging and composition skills.
  • Understanding of subtext in character performance. Portfolio samples must demonstrate that all characters in a sequence do not behave the same. They are unique. Think about which character in a scene is dominant, which is submissive. What are the undercurrents? Whose scene is it?
  • Strong drawing and mechanical skills.
  • Knowledge of or willingness to learn applicable design software (Photoshop, Storyboard Pro) and hardware (Wacom Cintiq monitor and/or tablet).
  • Strong time-management skills.
  • Work well under pressure.
  • Ability to multitask a plus.


  • Relevant drawing experience necessary.
  • BA/BS preferred.
  • Minimum of 1 year storyboard experience and/or training on a similar show; or equivalent combination of education and experience.