Scope of learning animation


In early periods animations were only used in cartoons to entertain the kids. Today animations were widely used in films, advertisements, games etc. BBC has discussed that the Asian countries haves wide scope in the field of animation. Walt Disney, I max, Sony etc. are some of the popular cartoon companies which are looking for quality animators. Foreign countries also have wide scope for computer animation. In Indian and Hollywood films animators uses more techniques in animation to make them more attractive.

In cinemas there are many jobs for animators such as Content developer, Modeler, Story board artists, Background Artist, 3D-Animators, Special effects Artist, Visualizer, Texture Artist, and Editor. For Animation there are also many job opportunities in the field of Web designing, CD Rom production, Graphic designing, Television documentary programs, Fashion designing, Interior designing, Advertising, Education. Many people have started web designing now days as a business. They make good websites using animations and give to the companies as per their order.


Generating new ideas, executing ideas, script, layout, sound, color editing are some of the main duties of an animator. Animation, Graphics, Multimedia are the course that help to become an animator. In countries like U.S.A, Europe, U.K there is huge opportunities for mobile gaming and video gaming.

In India there is lot of educational institutions having animation courses. Before joining in any animation institute we should make sure that it is approved and has good value. Some of the best animation courses are Graphics and Animation Engineering, 3D Animation, Multimedia, 3D Animation and VFX, Digital arts and animation, Animation and Game technology, Web designing etc. In India animators can work as Character animator, Content developer, Modeler, Story board artist etc. Fresh animators can expect salary of 25000RS and 5 years experienced animators can expect salary of 50000RS. Today many people have started their own business in these fields and are making lakhs of rupees.

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Some Popular Animation Institutes

1. Maya Academy of Advanced Cinematics(MAAC)

2. Arena Multimedia

3. Zee Institute of creative Arts (ZICA)

4. Massco Media

5. Tekno Point Multimedia

6. The Toonz Webel Academy

7. Global School of Animation

8. Whistling Woods International

9. Image College of Art, Animation and Technology, Chennai

10. RMIT University, Australia

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jonnycomelately 4 years ago from Tasmania

Thank you for this Hub. For a long time, now, I have had some ideas in mind but am without the skills to but them into reality. I might try RMIT in Melbourne when I get back there. (Currently in the Caribbean).

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sujithbeta 4 years ago from Kerala, India Author

happy to hear you got some information from my hub. Thanks for the comment

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dailytop10 4 years ago from Davao City

Animation before and today is very different. Today, as long as you have the best tools, you can animate and it can be done in a matter of days. This is totally in contradiction to what animation is before which requires extreme talent and dedication. Nevertheless, creativity is a must have in the animation industry both before and now.

Your hub is very interesting especially for artists like me! Thank you for sharing it.

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sujithbeta 4 years ago from Kerala, India Author

Thank you dailytop10 for the valuable comment and visit

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dailytop10 4 years ago from Davao City

No problem...^^

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