As a child, I’ve adored Saturday morning cartoons and animated feature films. I was all over the scene. As I became older, my career aspirations changed and I studied for qualifications that would get me jobs elsewhere. Then, when it was time to decide what my career plan would be, I didn’t want to move onto any other career without first attempting to work alongside animators and make fantastic stories that would inspire children and adults everywhere. So I went to university to study Film.
Now, some of you are asking, why film, instead of animation? Because, with all the wavering in life goals, there was one problem, one major setback. My lack of drawing. I didn’t practice, so I didn’t get good. Now what?
It makes sense, you want to work in animation, you need to learn to draw. But, Bill Gates was not a programmer, and yet Windows machines were created. Why? Because he knew programmers. So here are a few different major roles.