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Computer Animation expected to be a booming field

on Wednesday,March 02,2011 21:03

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Those who are looking to obtain a college degree in computer animation may be encouraged by recent statistics, which have revealed that the industry is still growing, especially with key programs such as Photoshop, Illustrator, 3Ds Max, Maya, Zbrush After Effects and Final Cut Studio.

Computer animation is expected to grow by 26 percent through 2016, because everything from internet advertising companies to personal websites require the skills of an experienced animator.

Another exciting new addition to the field is 3D design, which has opened up whole new worlds for animators looking to express their art through even more images. The depth offered by this technology can make the end product that much more thrilling.

Anyone who enjoys using computers and drawing may find that animation classes appeal to them. Many colleges have started to provide courses for these students, because of the growing demand.

If one is looking for an easy way to get started, a new 3D design program available for iPads is available in the form of Verto Studio 3D, according to PC World. Just by touching the screen, one can shape and adjust an image to their preference - this could be a valuable resource for those looking to start an exciting career in the Animation industry.

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