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Learning Anime Studio

By : Chad Troftgruben
Book Image

Learning Anime Studio

By: Chad Troftgruben

Overview of this book

Table of Contents (17 chapters)
Learning Anime Studio
About the Author
About the Reviewers

Finding an audience

It's probably safe to assume at this point that you have a pretty good idea of how you want to distribute your work. The most popular way today is through websites like YouTube and Vimeo, but traditional methods such as DVD and film festivals are still viable. And, maybe, you plan to do a combination of online and traditional distribution. Regardless of how you do it, this final section is meant to give you some insight on the process in terms of marketing and finding an audience.

Taking the traditional route

We are living in an age where online media is quickly becoming the norm. However, there is still a market out there for more traditional distribution. While you could burn your animation on DVDs and try your hand at selling or giving them out, the best course of action would be featuring your work in a film festival.

Now, not all festivals accept animated works, and there may be other rules to consider. For example, many festivals will not accept a work if it's already...