becoming an animator

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    rhondda
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    Can anyone give me the details of becoming an animator?What qualities should he possess? I want to be an animator. But, I don’t know from where to start. So, give me some hint.
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    Anyone can be an animator. However, it does take something to stick with animating and actually get somewhere with it. A few things it takes include patience (Brickfilming requires long hours in a dark room hunched over LEGO bricks), inspiration (If you don’t have inspiration for something you either won’t end up finishing it or people won’t enjoy it), and time! (Time is huge. I haven’t finished a film in the longest of time, usually because I start a project and then can’t find the time to complete it)
    Then there are the obvious requirements such as camera, lights, bricks, and blue tac :P

    Good Luck animating!

    -FLIP

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    Dariusket
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    Becoming an animator is super easy take a camera capture a few frames BOOM you can call yourself an animator. But becoming a good animator is a different thing. People go to universities to learn this craft or spend many many hours practicing and animating. There’s LOTS of articles online that tell you how things are done and there are tons of exercises that help you become a better animator. Course you will need motivation and inspiration to keep going and your creative juice flowing.

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