Animator is responsible for creating vivid images on the screen. Their products are often found in feature films, commercials, pop videos, computer games, websites and other media. They can work with drawings, specialized software or models and puppets, photographing each stage of a motion. When the image is viewed at high speed, their characters will look as if they are moving. Animator's working time is similar to office workers, although they can work overtime to ensure on time. Most animators prefer to work freely (freelance), part time or sign temporary contracts. Animator workspaces are well-lit offices or studios. Because they have to work on a motion picture frame, they often have to stand for long periods of time in the hot light of the studio or sit for hours drawing pictures on the drawing board or on the computer.
REQUIREMENTS FOR ANIMATOR
-Creative and artistic Skilled skills (and sculpting skills for clay frames)
- Have excellent IT skills
- Be patient and able to concentrate for a long time Interested in art and design.
- Attention to detail
- Be observed and understand how the character moves and expresses emotions
- Good communication and negotiation skills
- Has good organizational skills
- Work hard and be able to understand the orientation of professional animators, directors and customers.
- Can follow in a short way and work on your own initiative
- Work well under pressure and strict deadlines.