How Do You Become An Established Disney Artist?
- MarkLv 51 year agoFavourite answer
Work your way up. Have mean illustration skills. Know the graphics programs inside-out. Keep up with trends. Do small projects for friends, students, ULB, etc. to get a current portfolio. Most of that will be low-to-no pay for a while - maybe even a long time. But if you have excellent skills, produce outstanding work, have a good reputation, etc. then you *might* score a gig for one of Disney's smaller companies.
- Anonymous1 year ago
Sell your soul to corporate America. That’s usually a prerequisite
- soLv 61 year ago
Create art for Disney for a very long time, perhaps 20+ years.
- Elaine MLv 71 year ago
The obvious - go to their main website and click on 'employment opportunities'. You're on the internet after all. It's a 2 second search.
Just be aware that they pay low, they figure that 'working for Disney' compensates for the rest of the salary. That you can brag about it. Basic Industry standard salaries are paid by all the other animation studios.
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- 1 year ago
i don't know tbh too
- Aster RhoidsLv 71 year ago
You need skills of a graphics designer.