More and more I hear people say Fake it 'til you make it. Scott Minzy's story about this is the latest and probably my favorite so far. I asked him how he found out about Anime Studio. This was his response:
Interview for my first high school art teaching job:
Principle : "It is important to us to have an animation class, can you teach it?"
Me: "YES, of course." (panic)
Principle: "How would you teach it?"
Me: "On a computer?"
Me: (gulp) "great."
After going home and researching software, Anime Studio came out on top. And he's been using it for years now. This is one of his newest creations he submitted to us.
To read more, check out the user story area of the Anime Studio website. I think faking it until you make it is great advice for some, although I'm not sure I'd want my orthopedic surgeon saying it.
(And if you think you've seen some of his work before, I wrote about his art awhile ago to fill The Boss' quota of evil.)