Omar Lozano is an artist who have been working in most aspects of the entertaining industry, from comics, children books, to ads and movies. Although he studied business he has always been into art as passion and then as profession.
Omar Lozano started studying business for lack of better college opportunities in Mexico, however, this became a great strength later in his art career as he used his business knowledge to look more professional for possible clients who gain more trust in him when they see he has everything set up, from contracts to Non-Disclosure agreements for the benefits of the clients.
Interview with Omar Lozano:
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In this Episode, You Will Learn:
- Omar Lozano’s Story
- How to deal with scary decisions
- How to learn to produce great art
- How to create films & animation
- Tips on learning from failures
- Never send high resolution files without getting paid for it first, always send something small or with a watermark.
- Many of the things that are holding you back is the ideas that you have learned from the place you’re born, be ready to change your way of thinking of what’s needed to achieve something.
- As long as you’re doing something you love you’ll have a much better time than other people even if it doesn’t fit into their idea of success.
- Don’t expect it to be easy, it never is, always deliver on time and try not to fight with other artists, be careful with your reputation.
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