Moonbot just got back from an incredible trip to Ringling College of Art and Design. It was flattering to receive all the portfolios (a record 94 submissions!!) and put names to faces of many internet personalities. The interview process is an odd one, and I am lucky to be on the other side of the table so quickly. It's really not as big a deal as I thought. I think there is a mental shift happening about how people work together, and it was great to get that reciprocated at Ringling. Let me also say, that some people I wanted to interview we didn't get to. Sometimes, it's just not up to me.
Also, if you didn't get an interview it is NOT a direct reflection of how successful your work is. Not everyone is right for the same job. That being said, it was difficult to narrow down the submissions, and we were humbled by the response we got. Thank you guys!
also, I think it's a professional gray area tweeting about the interviewing process. Stuff on the internet gets out pretty quick... <:(
all that boring business stuff aside, here's a doodle with some quick Photoshop color.
thanks for stopping by,