I was once a computer science major.
But, when I finally finished my Ph.
D. program, I realized I was in need of a career change.
I found myself in a new field, coding and animation.
“It’s like the next frontier,” says Steve Minkowski, co-founder of the animation company Minkowki Studio.
“You’re not the last person in the room, you’re not even the first.”
The job that I held on the outside is not that different from what I do in real life.
The only difference is that I’m making my mark by creating animation that is a lot more fun and engaging than what I was doing in school.
I’m also working with the best and brightest minds in animation, from Pixar, DreamWorks, and Disney.
Minkowser and Minkowsky are both animators and have been since their teens.
Their studios have produced award-winning short films like “Frozen,” “Pixar Land,” “Inside Out,” “Coco,” and “The Little Mermaid.”
The studios also produce other popular animation features like “The Incredibles,” “The Simpsons,” “Disney Junior,” and many others.
Minksowsky has been a Disney Animation Animation Studio employee for more than five years.
His biggest challenge, he says, has been to keep his new career focused on what matters most to him.
“I’m the only animator in the world that is an expert on video game art,” Minkowitz says.
“The industry is changing rapidly, so we have to be ready to adapt and adapt quickly.”
He says that he has learned a lot since his days at Disney Animation Studio, including how to code, use computers to work with others, and make films and other animated projects.
“One thing that has stuck with me the most is that, in today’s world, we have so many things that are becoming available that we have become more efficient and less expensive.
So it is much easier to do this type of work with a computer,” Minksow says.
But Minkosowski is not alone in trying to break into the industry.
Many people who are pursuing their dreams of becoming an animator or even making their own animated film are finding success at work and in school, too.
“We’ve had so many people in the industry who have been in this for decades, that have decided that they want to do something that’s new and different,” Miskowski says.
Miskowser is one of them.
He has been at Pixar since 2004 and has worked on films like Monsters University, Coco, and Inside Out.
He says he hopes to eventually work on projects like the upcoming film The Incredible 2.
Miskser says that animation is a good fit for his personality.
“If you can do it on the computer, it’s a lot easier,” Misksers says.
The main difference is his experience in animation.
Mislays are made of digital data, which is stored on a computer screen.
A person’s brain processes that data and decides what to do.
That’s why Miskowsky says that working on the side-job is a great way to hone your skills and develop your skills in different areas of the industry, like film or animation.
And it’s also a great opportunity to learn from the best.
“When you’re making movies or doing animated stuff, you have to know how to draw, and what the rules are,” Mislows says.
He also says that his studio has developed a number of courses to help students become good animators.
Minskowski is one such student.
His school is the only one in the United States that provides a coding program for animators in the classroom.
His parents, a former Disney animator and a computer programmer, were also involved in his transition.
The Miskowks were looking for someone who could help them prepare their son for the job market.
They eventually found Steve Miskiewicz, who was born and raised in Portland, Oregon.
“Steve was always my idol,” Minskowsky says.
When he first started working at Pixar, Miskósowski was working on an animated film called “Saving Christmas,” based on the popular Christmas story.
He quickly realized that there was a need for an animators’ class.
Miskyósowsky enrolled in Minkóski Studio in 2010.
He now teaches the animation class every Monday and Friday.
Mankowski, who is now 30, says that the experience of working with Miskōsowski has been one of the best parts of his career.
“He’s such a fun, warm, friendly guy, and he makes me feel so comfortable,” Mankowser says.
His love of computers has kept him working on his own projects for years.
He is currently working on “Tales of Zestiria,” a computer-animated short film. Mika and