Hi Britt,

You posted something from them in March, so I wonder if anyone on the list contacted them. Then, they were offering a one-month internship; now a two. Then, they were seeking one animator; now, it looks like they may hire more, so perhaps their company is growing. 

One needs to create a cartoon according to their script as part of the application. It looks like fun. You need a decent drawing tablet and editing software, which I imagine many people have. 

It's contract work and free access.

I'm interested as to whether to promote it to my students as well.


Gretchen Halpert
Scientific Illustration Distance Program

On Wed, Oct 11, 2017 at 1:36 PM, Britt Griswold <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

So, I got a message over email from a group called Osmosis. They are looking for animators for internships and then contract work. They do online medical training with pretty simple animations in a particular style. Sounds like they are willing to train people in their tools and style of work.

Has anyone heard of these folks and know anything about them?

Here is the message:


Hello there! This is Tanner Marshall, I manage the video production with Osmosis (platform -, YouTube - where we create educational videos for medical professionals, patients, and others. We're currently looking to expand our animation team and it seemed like GNSI members might make a good fit! Is there was a way to let guild members know about our animator job opening?

And here's a video description of the position:

Here's a link to the Google Form that we use for submitting applications:

Thank you! Tanner

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The description says the internships are two months at $3500/month 40hrs/week.

The contract work is $60/min with most animations being 8-12 min. long.

The style seems to be animated text and line cartoon reveals with 2D movements, not too complicated. You can check out their YouTube channel for examples.

Again, I would love to hear if anyone has any experience with this group, as I am trying to judge how far I should spread the word about this opportunity.



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