What happens to animators if there is no film to animate?
I have been thinking about becoming a traditional(hand drawn) animator in Disney. I really like traditional animation and im pretty good at drawing and animating. What happens to animators if there is no film to animate? Also, do they use ALL of the animators in the studio or do they only pick a few of them?
Asked By: - 7/27/2009
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well its rather obvious that like most jobs you wont be called in if there'ss no work to do, if there was still no work to do after a while theBusinesss lets say "disney" would have to make redundancies and if work stilldidn'tt pick up they would probably eventually shut down.
Answered By: Edward - 7/27/2009
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I would not get into the field unless you are very passionate, seeing as there have been MANY layoffs of the traditional animators over the years and you would be competing with people who have 15+ years of experience on you. Plus, Disney usually doesn't just hire students straight out of school. The market is pretty... More
Answered By: Jesseh - 7/27/2009
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