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Animator. Salary Prospects Perks Audience Education Facts. Salary. On average, an average animator earns $50k-80k/year. Or $10k-15k a week. Prospects. Source: http://www.prospects.ac.uk/animator_job_description.htm.

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Animator

Animator

Salary

Prospects

Perks

Audience

Education

Facts


Salary

Salary

On average, an average animator earns $50k-80k/year. Or $10k-15k a week


Prospects

Prospects

Source: http://www.prospects.ac.uk/animator_job_description.htm

The basic skill of animation still relies heavily on the animator's artistic ability, but there is an increasing need for familiarity with technical computer packages.


Perks and benefits

Perks and benefits

Source: http://oscarrory.edublogs.org/advantages-disadvantages-of-sm-animationclaymation/

  • Its very fun to do!

  • If you know what you are doing, know what you want to achieve and are organized, you can get though the process quickly.

  • You can go at your own pace and not have to keep up with everyone else.

  • It’s a form of group work, so you can bounce of ideas and knowledge off each other.

  • If you can relate to a concept or content in your topic, you can expand your knowledge as you go through the process knowing all the theoretical content steps, and you produce something visual so you can deepen your overall understanding.

  • Engages students in active learning, cooperative learning and uses a range of multiple intelligences (Tech4learning, 2004).

  • Animation can be used to visualize a dynamic phenomenon or process which cannot be readily seen by the eye or science setting (e.g. meiosis), so they produce a visual product which shows the content (Tech4learning, 2004). Has the potential to deepen their understanding of topics through visualization of content.


People

People

Artists

Techies


Education

Education

Animation, Art and Design diploma


Facts

Facts

  • • In 1979 some computing students at the New York Institute of Technology began making The Works, which would have been the world's first film made entirely from computer animation. However, script and technology problems forced the project to be abandoned and the distinction eventually went to Toy Story, more than fifteen years later.

  • • Some frames of a typical Pixar film are so complex it can take up to ninety hours for a single computer to translate all the information held in them to a finished image.

  • • A 5,200-year old bowl found in Iran features an early precursor of animation. Along the bowl's side are five drawings that, when viewed in a sequence, depict a wild goat leaping up to eat leaves off a tree.

  • • Character animation students at the California Institute of the Arts use classroom number A113. The number appears somewhere in every Pixar film, from a car number plate in Toy Story to a secret computer directive in Wall*E, and a courtroom in Up.


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