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4 Things Freelance Animators Can Learn from The Mitchells vs. The Machines Movie

"The Mitchells vs. The Machines" is definitely one of the top animated movies of our time. It's one of those films that set out to break the boundaries of animation and bring something entirely new and unique into the world.

Here are 4 things freelance animators can learn from the movie:

4 Things Freelance Animators Can Learn from The Mitchells vs. The Machines Movie

1. Break through that glass ceiling

Like Mike Lasker, the VFX supervisor at Sony Pictures Imageworks, freelance animators can find joy in the challenges they face and use them to create something entirely new.

1. Break through that glass ceiling

2. Don't underestimate the combined power of different animation styles

This film is unique because of the different styles it played with. Freelance animators can play around with mixed media to create eye-catching and unique projects that will draw various clients.

2. Don't underestimate the combined power of different animation styles

3. Don't be afraid to push boundaries

Mixing styles isn't something a lot of freelance animators dip their toes into. It's a challenging medium but can be the element that catapults your freelance animator career forward.

3. Don't be afraid to push boundaries

4. Don't shy away from challenges

Freelance animators have the freedom of choosing the projects they work on, so don't shy away from something simply because you know it's going to be very challenging. See every challenging project as an opportunity to advance your skill set and learn new things. This is what will make you a top freelance animator in the industry.

4. Don't shy away from challenges

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