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New contest gives artists with disabilities the chance to be the next Walt Disney.
Flydra Creative launches animation contest called “Project Passion”.
Los Angeles, CA (February 15, 2016) – Project Passion is an animation contest for individuals with physical, social, emotional, and cognitive disabilities who possess creativity and a passion for cartoons. Contest entries are being accepted through April 15.
Los Angeles based animation studio, Flydra Creative is giving aspiring artists with disabilities the opportunity to bring their ideas to life! As a self-proclaimed “passion-driven” studio, Flydra hopes the contest will showcase the artistic gifts, creative ideas, and raw talent within the disabled community.
To enter, contestants must submit a drawing of their idea for a cartoon character, along with a brief summary of what their original animated series is about. One grand prize winner will be selected to have their idea for a cartoon made real by the Flydra animation team.
Artists of all ages, artistic abilities, and disabilities are encouraged to enter. Contest entries are being accepted now through April 1st deadline. To participate, visit flydra.com/projectpassion, or stay connected via social media on Instagram @FlydraCreative and on Facebook at www.facebook.com/flydracreative.
About Flydra Creative
Flydra Creative is a Los Angeles based digital animation studio started by four college friends. With expertise in 2-D animation, 3-D animation, stop motion, film and television production, the team at Flydra strives to make clients happy, audiences satisfied, and their mommas proud. The Flydra studio provides various services including: character design, storyboard creation, background design and production services. A portfolio of the company’s work is available at www.Flydra.com.
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