You could try, but there's enough variety and discussion that I think it stays...for now.>>119156991
You only have an elevator pitch's worth of time to sell yourself AND your concept.
You need CLARITY. Clarity in idea, clarity in concept.
You need EMOTIONAL CONVICTION.
You need to demonstrate you have enough knowledge about how much shit costs, and how animation gets made. If you have a rotating cast of 25 very unique sounding characters, you're expensive as fuck. If you have huge amounts of complicated action with zero reuse, you're expensive as fuck.
You need fully fleshed out ideas. Not just flailing around. Actually putting in the work. You see quite a few prototypes by successful launches in webcomic form for a while, for example. Star vs, Bee x puppy cat.
Go look at the carton equivalent of a lost box of kittens at the CMC, or CTN or MIP or whatever, when they're trying to sell the completed or in production concept to broadcasters.>>119157194
There are loads of well connected motherfuckers who will pitch their entire lives and fail. You can't forget about talent, you CAN build skill, and you CAN build contacts. It's a collaborative process. Seeing your friends and peers work their ass off, sometimes getting a shot, sometimes not is something to learn from.
t. drunken unit 3 drone. Doesn't WANT a new show, but wants his buds to be successfull so he can stay employed.