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How the role of an Animator has changed over the years and what it will be like in the future?

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RE: How the role of an Animator has changed over the years and what it will be like in the future?

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There have been a number of changes in this role. Below is the information provided about the evolution of the career of animators:


1. The profession of an animator has only gained popularity in the last few years through the web and internet. Earlier the animators used to do a lot of manual work and not the computers and software work. The earliest of the animators drew the animations directly on the film and the film was moved rapidly to produce the animation effect to the viewers. This job was hard and tedious to do and therefore not many people opted for it.

2. Later the animators job gained some popularity with the arrival of the cartoons. The animators have to design the cartoons on the paper and then the film was produced using those pictures. These still pictures were moved once again at rapid pace so that it causes the illusion that a continuous scene is going on, which was actually not the case. Most of the cartoons that you must have scene on the television, have used the same techniques in the animations. This has worked really well so far till we required more clarity in the visuals and the high definition videos arrived along with the three dimensional view of the scenes. This is where we are at the moment and heading in the same direction.

3. The world today is about three dimensional movies and visuals. The future will be about 3D too. The technology has changed over the years and the animators are no longer required to design their work on paper. Instead they work on the computers and design the visuals. With the help of the technology they also see and design the three dimensional view of the object and thus create the three dimensional images which then while put in a continuous motion, become the animation and thus produce the effect of the scene. Also the animators these days have to work on the quality of audio and video as it has to be of high definition.

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