Art in Action: Have You Got What It Takes to Be an Animator?
Go behind the scenes of today's hottest careers. You'll discover what it takes to make it and how much fun the work can be! Do you think you'd like to: Create new animated characters and stories? Have access to the latest computer technology? Work with a team to make amazing animations? See your hard work shown on TV or at the movies? Then being an animator might be the job for you! In this book, find out what skills are needed for the job, what is in a day's work, how animation is created and the tricks of the trade, the history of animation, and where animation can take you--from working on advertisements, TV shows and video games, to being a part of the latest Hollywood animation blockbuster!
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