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Masters of Motion

By Masters of Motion

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Masters of Motion is a podcast, website and social media channel, that provides the world with a insight into the Australian and New Zealand Animation industry. Comprising of a podcast and online gallery featuring outstanding motion design, animation and visual effects work. Our mission is to celebrate Australia's motion artists and to Inspire the next generation of motion designers, animators, visual effects and 3-D artists.

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Exactly what I have been looking for

Great Podcast,
I follow quiet a few motion/design related podcasts and this has been a perfect addition to my regular schedule. ALLL of the other podcasts are American based, this gives a refreshing and insight view and has helped me already with my own budding motion career in Australia


Very interesting podcasts , definitely recommend to anyone interested in gaining more insight into the creative industry. Keep up the good work!

Freelancers starting a studio

Matthew has been there before, so a lot of his questions relate to that life experience. It’s invaluable for me trying to run a small studio for the first time to hear from other people who have done it before, Matt asks questions which other people wouldn’t think of as he’s done it!

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  • Category: Arts
  • Language: English

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