This looks very useful Thanks for posting the link.Finally an efficient , viable method for coordinating many far-flung artists all working together on the same film .I showed this to a friend of mine (former co-worker from Disney) and he said (paraphrasing) : "Wow, you mean maybe we could go back to the days of having only one or two production managers on a feature instead of 13 or 14 or more ? "
Love the latest stuff. Dude, I'm sure your patience with me is wearing thin; but what do would I have to do to work towards getting a job on your next project?
Very cool production tracking system. Nelvana in Canada has a proprietary production system called Nelnet that pretty amazing, too. It's a lot more visual than the one you are using, but anything that can keep a monster production organized is always a strength.The artwork is beautiful.
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