Graduating with an animation diploma can be daunting during a global financial crisis. Souls are being sold left, right and centre for an opportunity to find a pencilhold in the animation industry. Nina Paley, whose film "Sita Sings the Blues"is becoming more notorious and famous by the second, has grasped creativity by the horns in many ways to find success in marketing her art and philosophy for "free". Possibly that would read better untruncated?; for "freedom of expression". Maybe there is some inspiration in this tale for recent graduates? No need to sing the blues. Watch the film, it's free. Or is it?