Erin Shin is a Concept Artist, Character Designer & World Builder. She’s a student of the Art Center College of Design, she’s worked on the visual assets for the games “Sankofa” and “Hippo Time” got a scholarship in Nickelodeon’s Pitch program where she worked with their staff and to pitch a show called “Wrestlemania”.
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Erin Shin has also worked as a concept artist for JM Animation Studios in Seoul, South Korea and created 12 anthropomorphized designs of Chinese folk heroes as well as 4 Chinese scholar characters and she’s currently an intern at Super 78 creating concepts for VR Threater experiences in Silverlake, California.
Interview with Erin Shin:
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In this Episode, You Will Learn:
- Erin Shin’s Story
- Why you should never stop studying
- How to be a successful freelancer
- How to work for big studios online
- Tips for social media
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