In recent years, animation has become more popular than ever, including the wide array of cartoons for both children and adults, the continued popularity of anime, and the technical wizardry of computer-generated animations from studios such as Pixar and Illumination. Those looking to enter this field have many career options from which to choose, including the animation itself, as well as script-writing, directing, voice-acting, marketing, and tie-in product development.
Some occupations related to illustration and animation include:
- Art Director
- Craft and Fine Artist
- Music Director and Composer
- Musician and Singer
- Producer and Director
- Special Effects Artist and Animator
- Writer and Author
Careers in Illustration & Animation provides detailed and need-to-know information on various careers in the highly technical but entertaining world of creating animated shows and features. Each chapter provides a wealth of real-world information including A Day in the Life, Work Environment, Education & Training, Earnings & Advancement, Employment Outlook, and Conversations with Real Professionals, as well as contacts for more information.
This ongoing series serves as a stepping stone in understanding specific careers and provides a wealth of information on the education and training needed within each profession along with a look towards the future of the field with an informative employment outlook.
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This single comprehensive guidebook provides students passionate about the automotive industry with the necessary insight into the wide array of diverse and dynamic options available to them. The book offers guidance regarding what job seekers can expect in terms of training, advancement, earnings, job prospects, and more. Careers in Illustration & Animation is specifically designed for a high school and undergraduate audience and is edited to align with secondary or high school curriculum standards.