For now, and for SEO reasons, when you go to ElevatorPitchAnimation.com , you will in fact find yourself at a website that looks like Elevator Pitch Animation, and that’s because it kind of is.
The website is in fact AnimationAndWhatnot.com , which is basically the same thing, but for a while now, things have been shifting more and more from one name to the other. It makes very little difference to the viewers, but for statistics, it does provide benefit.
The point here is to tell you that AnimationAndWhatnot.com is the same thing as ElevatorPitchAnimation.com in every way except name.
The websites will be going through many changes and additions in the near future.
Expect original cartoons, giveaways, videos, games, events and more at Animation & Whatnot (and Elevator Pitch Animation)!
If I can’t put together the vision I have for myself and other artists, I plan to sell ElevatorPitchAnimation.com
Feel free to leave your advice, leave your website or make an offer. You’re bidding on the domain name, not this blog.
Why would someone want ElevatorPitchAnimation.com?
The same reasons someone paid $500,000 for Give.com
Marketing. Specifically SEO and web marketing.
So, I’m going to spend the next month trying to use my domains wisely, but if I simply can’t find the time and resources, there’s no harm in taking offers.
There will be updates on this website and maybe a transitional period before either moving to a new virtual location or closing down this little personal media blog.
What is Elevator Pitch Animation? If you know what animation is, you’re already halfway there. An elevator pitch is a brief description, usually no longer than an elevator ride, of your business, product or service. So when you put Elevator Pitch together with Animation, you get ElevatorPitchAnimation.com
If you aren’t a salesperson, self-employed, a marketer or a business owner, you likely couldn’t care less. These things are here for the entrepreneurs of the world, not the consumers.
I find it both ironic and mildly disappointing that I’m only semi-famous for a cartoon parody I made when I was in middle school. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y1M25aoDSqo
I try to only put out there what I want seen, but there’s a whole lot more buried far beneath all the bologne.
The website above that I link to is a new new new website of mine because the old old old one I neglected, and the old old one got too complicated, and the old one had a really cringey design, even cringier than this new one somehow.
At least this time, I made it from scratch. Just design and basic knowledge of CSS.
Notice please, the Marketing Services page at the top in Elevator Pitch Animation’s navigation bar. If you or someone you know is hurting for business, I might be what you or they are looking for.
There’s no limit to the creativity you can use to create the perfect marketing aesthetics. There are no coincidences. If something is near you, use it. Think about things from a new perspective, like Absolut did with their bottle campaign.
If I took all of the things around me and exaggerated them a little with some creative freedom, I might be a self-made superhero who has the power to control people through the use of sound waves and cymatics or an illusionist with the ability to summon worlds with a thought to trap any entity.
Dream big. Start small. Gain momentum. Be consistent. Never give up.
What have I been up to none of you might be wondering?
I’ve been trying to work on my voice acting so I can progress with my larger animated projects. The pixel art thing I took a break from but I miss it so I’m gradually picking up where I left off. As a musician, I’ve been seeking places to play my music with a little bit of luck. Business-wise, I’ve been doing more graphic design.
I’m selling my pixel art now. The first of many can be found here: https://www.zazzle.com/nyc_night_pixel_art_canvas-192923688101761229
In 2012-2013 I was doing more networking than I am now, and that led to me doing business with the Collinz Room, a Los Angeles punk band with a unique Hollywood flair.
Lew Nottke and I came up with the music video for one of the Collinz Room’s original songs.
Since then, the band has gone to perform at venues around Los Angeles county and it appears they have new albums in the making.
For those interested in watching Sweet Sober by the Collinz Room, you can find the animated music video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dlr4ndapkpo
* For the rest of 2016, any donation to Patreon.com/animationandwhatnot gets you a FREE original pixel art piece. *
1. Handheld Consoles
2. User Interface
3. Web Design
5. Compressed Graphics
6. Casino Games
12. Scaled Graphics
13. Isometric Blueprints
21. Music Videos
22. Pattern Design
26. Clothing Design
27. 2.5 Dimensional environments
28. Browser games
29. PC Games
34. Tabletop Games
Donate today to receive your pixel art asap!
I would appreciate it. Taste Cube will soon become a video food blog with your help.
https://tastecube.wordpress.com/ is still a newborn baby blog and I need food to review.
I’m not going to review home-cooked meals because the readers are going to want to experience what I did. That’s what franchises aim for; consistency.
There’s a ‘Suggestions’ page for suggestions; who would have guessed?
If you buy me the food, I’ll have no choice but to review it.
I’ll be sharing the Taste Cube opportunities soon enough.
I do hope you enjoy as much as she did.
Have a happy capitalistic holiday!
I moved two videos that I actually wanted to keep from my old YouTube account over to my present account.
I’ve never mentioned them before, but since they’re the latest uploads, I’ve added both cartoon videos to the ‘Videos’ page.
For the lazy: