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    Animator Research Paper

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    Animator: Digital Gods The future of almost every aspect of our lives is digital. While a relatively new career compared to most, animation is quickly gaining ground and popularity. It is a very skill based field, and there are many talented individuals who want to do it. With entertainment increasingly making use of CGI and related technology, animators are in high demand. According to Learn.org, job growth is expected to be around 6% from 2014 to 2024, which is in line with most careers(Learn.org). Demand for animators will continue to increase, especially as effects and computer graphics are expected to become increasingly detailed. To achieve this, talented artists who can keep up with the fast pace of technology changes are needed. Employment…

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    Multimedia animator and artist. Some incredible things people say about video games can relate to many things for example, "Wow that game looks exceptional!" Or "Oh my gosh how did they make the game so well thought out and designed!" Well all of those things require much time and effort. Being a multimedia artist and animator requires a bachelors degree and some experience with animation and to be able to draw, animate or design. To become a multimedia artist and animator they need an…

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    Animators have the best inspirational believe for many people to see life in another perspective. Animation is created for everyone to view the different experiences life experiences based on genres. Similarly, it depends on how the animators show their personal perceptions and experiences in their storylines. Meanwhile, the audience can see the animators’ point of view or have another perspective towards the animators’ goal. A successful animator is able to create a captivating storyline and…

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    details makes their characters look lifelike and fluid. If you’ve done a good job building your clay character, they’ll end up looking less like Frankenstein’s Monster and more like something you might find walking down the street! One of the ways that professional clay animators do this is by making multiple versions of one feature of a character, rather than trying to move it for each frame. For example, a clay person might have 20 or more mouths, each one with different expressions that…

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    Many film adaptations and spoofs have been produced throughout the decades with regards to Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein. Even though not one of these will live up to the legacy that is Frankenstein, it is interesting to see in what ways they have honored the original piece. Animated films bring their own unique perspective to the table. This is a result of the majority of these movies being meant for children and, in turn, not portraying the correct physical appearance. However, the movies are…

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    Animator • Although it is not required to have any formal training such as a bachelor’s or master’s degree in Fine Arts in order to be an animator, it is preferred for someone pursuing this career to have the skills learned while pursuing this degree because they’re desired by most employers. • The annual salary for an animator can be anywhere from $33,840 to $113,470. The average income is about $61,730. • In order for someone to get a degree in animation they have to take film, animation,…

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    Animator Social Change

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    Social Animation (promoting community participation or self help) mobilizes and organizes a community. This means that the social organization of the community is changed, however slightly or greatly. The mobilizer or animator, therefore, is a social change agent, or catalyst. Understanding the nature of social change, its social nature, in a community, should be in the mobilizer's tool box. The most important thing to learn was mentioned already, that a social organism such as a community has a…

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    Iwerk's Animator Essay

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    Jones would kick off his animation career by working as a cel washer for The Iwerks Studios thanks to Fred Kopietz, who was an animator that put in a good word for Jones. This studio was owned by Ub Iwerks and he was a former Disney animator who helped with the creation of Mickey Mouse. The Iwerks Studio was not gaining the same success either Disney or Fleischer Studios. Seeing this, Jones would leave Iwerks Studios and get employed by Friz Freleng as an animator for the Leon Schlesinger…

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    order to be an artist you don’t need an education, you only need to “authentic” and to be able to express your opinions and feelings. Even though artists don’t get paid enough, becoming a multimedia artist or animator is a worthwhile career because they can express their opinions and be independent. Even though artists seem to only need talent and creativity, they also need to have some specific skills and abilities. According to “27-1014 Multimedia Artists and Animators.” U.S. Bureau of Labor…

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    The Walt Disney Animators’ Strike of 1941 During the early 1930s, unions began to organize in almost every industry across the nation, including the Hollywood entertainment industry. Unions for actors, directors, stagehands, and writers sprung up to collectively bargain for better working conditions. The Screen Cartoonist’s Guild was formed in 1938 to organize and unify the previously unrepresented cartoonists and animators in Hollywood. The Guild enjoyed success during its first year,…

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