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ElevatorPitchAnimation.com is AnimationandWhatnot.com

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)!

Coming Soon: Sell Your Animation to Animationandwhatnot.com

Good animation isn’t that hard to come by now that the industry is becoming oversaturated with artists of all kinds. Everyone has a style which begins to devalue people with similar styles. The way to combat this is to be original, or at least semi-original, but that never guarantees you a place in the industry.

If you have more than an idea; say perhaps, a pilot, a series, a comic, a very developed script with characters, a very unique style, a very unique fan base or a completed cartoon that needs to be seen, Animation & Whatnot might find you and make you an offer.

It is far from easy making a successful cartoon. Making the cartoon is only half of the challenge. The other half is marketing, advertising and distribution. If you’ve ever tried making a cartoon successful on your own, you’re well aware of the costs and networking required just to get anywhere near a producer.

Why Animationandwhatnot.com wants your cartoons:

~Hiring people to make original series is more expensive than purchasing the rights to already existing ones. More time and energy can be spent on important things.

~Artists spend their free time and passionate efforts to create beautiful works of art that go unseen and Animation & Whatnot is on a mission to change that.

~Nothing makes people happier than seeing their creations come to life. Animation & Whatnot is focused on making the world a better place by giving artists opportunities for merchandising, licensing, distribution and advertising.

 

Before that can happen, a little more capital is being raised. If you would like to aid in the process and get your name in the spotlight, find out how you can help by contacting Animation & Whatnot.

Check out Animation & Whatnot‘s original series!

35 Uses for Pixel Art

* 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

4. Icons

5. Compressed Graphics

6. Casino Games

7. Brochures

8. Forms

9. Collectibles 

10. Toys

11. Murals

12. Scaled Graphics

13. Isometric Blueprints

14. Buttons

15. Stickers

16. Animation

17. HUD

18. Intros

19. Outros

20. Education

21. Music Videos

22. Pattern Design

23. Advertising 

24. Blogging 

25. Comics

26. Clothing Design

27. 2.5 Dimensional environments 

28. Browser games

29. PC Games

30. Avatars

31. Canvases

32. Caricatures 

33. Editing

34. Tabletop Games

35. Models



Donate today to receive your pixel art asap! 


Youtube.com/animationandwhatnot 

Patreon.com/animationandwhatnot 

Two New Old Videos

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:

Dear Parents & Education Directors

There is a growing need for educational media in today’s world. Consider the uses and applications cartoons can provide not only for children, but for anyone including you.

Cartoons? Yes. Cartoon animation is the most effective means of portraying anything visual to children. The cost of animation is substantially less than creating a live-action replica.

There are so many distractions in the world for children to absorb, but if you really want to make any difference, you have to put some alternative out there.

Wouldn’t it be great if there were someone putting out cartoons every week on behalf of the parents and educators who want to offer alternatives for like-minded parents and teachers? 

There could be.

Anyone interested in making this happen? I happen to be a cartoonist and motion designer.

By making education entertaining, kids will love to learn.