This site will introduce you to the books, articles and lectures by Mark Simon. Each book listing has a link for purchasing his books.
Mark Simon writes books for artists, creatives, animators and business people in general.
The BOOKS section on the left highlights Mark's current books. Click on them for more information on each.
I now have an e-book companion to my best-selling Facial Expressions series of books. You can purchase and download this e-book today!
We now have a sample chapter you can read from our latest book Your Resume Sucks. Click on the link to the left for more information.
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To the lower left you will find links to Mark's companies, Animatics & Storyboards, Inc. and A&S Animation, Inc.
If you just feel like laughing, you will also find a link to www.SunnyFundays.com, where you will find Mark's comic strip, Hollyweird.
Don't miss our latest addition - MORE ART! Click on the ARTISTS link to the upper left. There you will find samples of art which used our book Facial Expressions for inspiration. In fact, why don't you get a copy of the book and send us samples of your work too!
We are now offering a series of FREE storyboard forms, just for the asking. Go to the Storyboards: Motion In Art page and fill out the request form to receive your forms.
Mark Simon is celebrating his 25th year in the entertainment industry and has been a professional artist for over 30 years. His background includes live action and animation directing and producing, Effects supervision, storyboarding, illustration, writing and teaching.
Mr. Simon currently owns three companies located in Orlando, Florida: Sell Your TV Concept Now,Inc., Animatics & Storyboards, Inc., and A&S Animation, Inc., an animation consultation, development and production house.
Mark has worked on over 2,800 productions and has won more than 100 international awards.
Each month readers may also see Mr. Simonís articles in Animation Magazine and on Animation World Network (www.AWN.com).
The depth of Mark Simonís background allows him to help productions in many ways. He is more than just an artist. He helps productions function and allows them to be more creative.