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With over 15 years experience in the animation, video game and advertising industry, I animated on Disney films like Lilo and Stitch and The Emperor's New Groove. In addition, I was Art Director on 9 EA Sports titles including Madden NFL and NCAA Football. 

Working with History Channel on marketing trailers for shows like Vikings and Project Blue Book, I also created storyboards, costume and set design for WWE acts like The New Day and Wrestlemania.

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Posted by Tony SANTO on Mon, 08 Jul 2019 12:19:00 EDT in Design, Production, Art, Console/PC, Social/Online
I interviewed over a dozen artists and creatives to discuss better solutions and standards for the ongoing and familiar practice of Art Tests which employers use to vet job candidates in the Video Game, Animation and Entertainment Industry.

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Comment In: [Blog - 07/08/2019 - 12:19]

All good feedback. Thank you ...

All good feedback. Thank you for sharing your thoughts everyone. I suppose the most frustrating thing for anyone testing on the art side, is that there is no indication if you are one of a hundred applicants or 1 in a few. Either way, I believe anything more than a ...

Comment In: [Blog - 07/08/2019 - 10:44]

What a spectacular tribute to ...

What a spectacular tribute to your Grandmother and all the brave Europeans who had to endure the sufferings of WW2. It must be very rewarding to see the results of your hard work published this way. I can absolutely imagine this game being featured in a history museum or in ...