I find it interesting that Frank Frazetta got offers from Disney and turned them all down. I haven’t been able to find out why, but i’m glad he did because it probably would have interfered with the integrity of his work. Although Disney seems like a great studio to work for i think its really badass that he decided against it since seems like such a radical thing to do.  I mean when you think about it Disney makes a lot of money and even without that there is a huge networking web behind it, it would be crazy to decline that offer. Often i feel like its easier for animators and artists to aim for that company since it sets a lot of industry standards but i find myself not interested.
  Plus companies like Pixar, 3d has totally stomped out 2d animation, so really i feel like a dinosaur when it comes to my tastes.  Hearing about Franks declined offer makes me feel slightly more hopeful that you don’t always have to give in or settle.

I find it interesting that Frank Frazetta got offers from Disney and turned them all down. I haven’t been able to find out why, but i’m glad he did because it probably would have interfered with the integrity of his work. Although Disney seems like a great studio to work for i think its really badass that he decided against it since seems like such a radical thing to do.  I mean when you think about it Disney makes a lot of money and even without that there is a huge networking web behind it, it would be crazy to decline that offer. Often i feel like its easier for animators and artists to aim for that company since it sets a lot of industry standards but i find myself not interested.

  Plus companies like Pixar, 3d has totally stomped out 2d animation, so really i feel like a dinosaur when it comes to my tastes.  Hearing about Franks declined offer makes me feel slightly more hopeful that you don’t always have to give in or settle.

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