Is animation is a better choice after engineering?
I completed my B.Tech in electronics and communication.I dont get any jobs.Anyway I only interested in getting jobs related to computer.Is studying animation after B.Tech is foolishness?I also interested in networking.But some people are telling networking is an old course.What course do you prefer to me?
Asked By: Maverick - 6/15/2009
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Networking is the course with new innovation. Technology is always progressive. I am not saying Graphics is bad but if u like n/w then it is not bad.
Answered By: K@m@L - 6/15/2009
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think so no.
Answered By: lcECo0Lz4 - 6/15/2009
Answered By: Mike - 6/15/2009
animation is the best, if its not ur thing, i wouldnt suggest it because the paycheck isnt all that great, but if you love drawing, i say go for it
Answered By: Guy - 6/15/2009
If you are looking to get into animation a bachelors in computer science or programming is often a good way to get your foot in the door. But if you aren't able to find a job and don't like your degree then go to a school for animation. They have schools like animation mentor and the art institute that would be able to... More
Answered By: Crystal J - 6/15/2009
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