The Creator of the Second Dimension - Chapter 10
Chapter 10 .0 million roads
Xu Rui was stopped by two classmates before he walked far. Before explaining clearly, he saw a man wearing a tomato video network T-shirt walking towards him.
“Are you Xu Rui?”
he asked, looking up and down Xu Rui.
“Yes, what’s the matter?”
Xu Rui probably heard a few words from a classmate, and knew that the other party was an employee of Tomato Video Network.
“My name is Xueyan Liu, the person in charge of the animation section of Tomato Video Network. This is my business card.”
Liu Xueyan didn’t rush to see Xu Rui. He felt a little sedate. He handed over his business card and repeated what he had said before.
“So, your animation district is also responsible for recruiting people from the production department?”
Xu Rui is also a person who has lived for two lifetimes. Together, he can be Liu Xueyan’s father. Naturally, he is not so nervous, but ridiculed.
“Uh, this is the order of our boss. He is in charge of video and animation production. I was the first to discover the video of Star Voice.”
Liu Xueyan thought this little classmate was really a little different. Normal graduates saw him, not to mention being respectful, at least they were trembling, but Xu Rui was still joking with ease, and there was a sense of self-confidence in his words. From a single point of view, Liu Xueyan also thinks that he will be a person in the future.
“What do you think of the voice of the stars doing?”
Xu Rui nodded, then added.
“Since you are the editor of the animation zone, it is best to have a professional opinion.”
“Well, I think it is well done. The art style is more realistic. It attracts the audience’s attention with very beautiful scenery and eliminates the defects of too many still pictures. Although the shot is simple, the focus is outstanding, especially the last one. , The monologues of the male and female protagonists are independent and blended together, and the details of how the two people get along are outlined in a few strokes.”
Liu Xueyan thought for a moment and replied.
“The overall story is the biggest highlight. To be honest, this kind of cosmic-scale story is rarely seen. Most of the animations on the stage of the universe are in the form of space operas. In fact, the story of the earth is put on the stars.”
Thinking of some previous mecha animations, Liu Xueyan continued.
“But the Voice of the Stars is different. This is a story that does apply the background of the universe. Whether it is the communication delay caused by the distance of light years or the relativity effect, it has obvious science fiction colors. This is the most precious and rational framework. Underneath, there are delicate and perceptual thinking in it. The impact of the two is unprecedented. This is a re-interpretation of traditional science fiction thinking in a new genre.”
Hearing Liu Xueyan’s answer, Xu Rui nodded in satisfaction.
“Yes, it’s a professional animation editor.”
Liu Xueyan twitched his mouth. It was obvious that he was the candidate. How did it feel like Xu Rui was testing himself, who was interviewing whom?
“… Therefore, Rainbow Media intends to sign a contract with you in advance. This is a great opportunity.”
“Okay, I will consider it.”
Xu Rui’s seemingly unthinking answer made Liu Xueyan choke again.
This person really likes to chat to death!
Liu Xueyan secretly sighed, changing to someone else, even if Professor Zhou was optimistic about Zhang Ran, he was very excited when facing Rainbow Media’s offer, and she just knelt on the ground and kowtowed thanks. It is said that that was the best result of this year. But Xu Rui actually said “consider”?
No, shouldn’t you agree directly and excitedly?
Liu Xueyan soon thought that Xu Rui might be pretending to be calm, in order to maintain a self-confident personality. In fact, Xu Rui’s psychology has already been embarrassed. This kind of compulsive person Liu Xueyan is here. I have seen a lot in interviews.
“Our invitation has a time limit. If you are sure, we can sign a tripartite agreement today. If you miss it, Rainbow Media will not be so easy to enter.”
So Liu Xueyan emphasized, lest Xu Rui pretend to be too unpleasant.
“Well, then I won’t sign it.”
Xu Rui said, he really doesn’t seem to value the invitation of Rainbow Media.
“Okay, then we will hurry up…wait, what did you say?”
Liu Xueyan thought that Xu Rui put down and nodded in agreement, but heard a completely different reply.
“I will not sign Rainbow Media, edited by Xueyan Liu.”
Xu Rui repeated it, convinced Liu Xueyan that he hadn’t had hallucinations.
But at the same time, Liu Xueyan began to doubt life.
An unfamiliar undergraduate graduate who so indifferently rejected the offer of Rainbow Media, one of the industry’s strongest animation production companies, and believes it!
“Are you serious?”
Liu Xueyan confirmed, and Xu Rui glanced at him, as if caring for a hearing-impaired person.
“Or put it this way, editor, I joined Rainbow Media this year, can I be a director directly?”
Xu Rui thought for a while and asked.
“This is definitely not possible. You should start with the most basic animator in Rainbow Media, and then the original paintings and performances. As for the director, you must have at least five to seven years of industry experience. This is only for diversity directors. If you want to be in charge of a work independently, if you don’t have ten years of experience or outstanding results, you can’t even think about it.”
Liu Xueyan had a general understanding of the situation of Rainbow Media, so he said.
“I know what you think. Do you think you can get hundreds of thousands of clicks on a random video? A bunch of people compliment it. You don’t want to start from the original painting at the bottom, but you want to make it to the sky in one step. It’s impossible in the industry. Taking the simplest qualifications, are you confident that you can suppress those old fritters that have been in the industry for more than ten years?”
“I have confidence.”
Xu Rui’s words made Liu Xueyan almost out of breath, but before Liu Xueyan could reply, Xu Rui spoke again.
“But I think Rainbow Media has no confidence. If the right to speak is really based on the quality of works, then even newcomers in the industry may create miracles. However, Rainbow Media is a big company, and it is impossible for UU-Reading www.uukanshu.com to be a big company. There is such a miracle.”
Thinking of the experience of the previous life, Xu Rui let out a faint sigh.
This sigh made Liu Xueyan a little confused, because what Xu Rui said was the status quo of the animation industry.
Large companies can produce a large number of animations every year, but these animations are almost all industrial products processed according to procedures. There have been no refreshing animations for several years. The focus of the audience’s attention has also shifted from the story characters to the painting. It is precisely because of this that “Voice of the Stars” has aroused such a wide range of discussions, because this animation is extremely unique and allows people to see different things.
But at the same time, Liu Xueyan also understands that no matter how talented Xu Rui is in front of him, he is just a trivial **** in Rainbow Media. It is impossible for him to get ahead without five or six years. In the process, many of the original talents may be brilliant. Of people have been smoothed out.
Xu Rui has the strength now, but whether he can be used depends on luck.
“Well, I know what you mean.”
Liu Xueyan shook his head, thinking about it again.
“If you have any thoughts, or change your mind, you can call me directly.”
Xu Rui smiled, waved his hand, and was about to turn around to leave, Liu Xueyan stopped him again.
“I’m a little curious, what kind of animation do you want to make, so that I don’t want to wait for a few years in Rainbow Media.”
Faced with Liu Xueyan’s question, Xu Rui stopped, turned his head, and said with a light smile.
“I just want to make animations that people find interesting, nothing more.”
Then he walked away quickly, leaving only Liu Xueyan in a daze. He couldn’t say what he wanted to say.