Animation Vs Game Designing

Animation Vs Game Designing
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What is the difference between Animation and Game Design?

Animator and Game Designer are two very different things. Animaton or Video Game Designing, both careers are good but depends on your skills, abilities, and interests. Here is the difference between Animator and Game Designer.

What is Game Designing?

A career in game designing is currently the most energizing and aggressive professional career in the world. For individuals with an energy for innovation and intuitive amusement, game design is a fantasy work, yet even those with a slight enthusiasm for games would seize the chance to land up in this booming industry.

When you plan to make a move in game designing career,you must know the reality about what game design is, the thing that you should be great at it, and how to begin.You must make sure that the college that you choose to learn game design and development course has an updated syllabus and industry experts as faculties.

Qualification for Game Designer:

  • Game Designer require a bachelor’s degree (Computer Science or Software Engineering)
  • Animation, Graphic design, fine art or illustration
  • Interactive Media
  • Multimedia and Computer Games Design
  • 3D Modeling Programs

Key Skills for Game Designer

  • Designers must be creative
  • Have the ability to tell a story and be able to work as part of a team
  • Understanding of programming languages
  • Ability to tell a story
  • Tram player
  • Problem-Solving Ability
  • Communication Skills
  • Self-Motivation
  • Ability to meet deadlines and client requirements.

Job Roles for Game Designer

  • Junior game designer
  • Level designer
  • Game designer
  • Lead designer
  • Content designer
  • Creative director
  • User interface designer
  • Scriptwriter

Types of Game Designer?

  • Lead Designers
  • Level Designers
  • Content Designers
  • Game Writers
  • System Designers
  • Technical Designers
  • UI DEsigners
  • Senior Designers
  • Junior Designers
  • Design Director / Creative Director

How to become an Animator

An Animator is a artist who makes various pictures, known as edges, which give a dream of development called activity when shown in quick succession. Animation is a vast field having a huge scope in media and entertainment industry. Read here what is animation and what types of qualification and skills required for animator.

What is Animation?

Animation is the process of by which images are used to bring the illusion of motion by the rapid movement of those images in a sequence.
Animations can be recorded or stored in various equipment and formats. Some recording would be flip books, video tapes, motion picture movies or on digital media and some of the formats on which it is stored are digital video or flash animations.

Qualification for Animator

  • animation
  • art and design
  • computer-aided engineering
  • design for moving image
  • electrical engineering
  • film and video
  • graphic design/illustration
  • model making or sculpture
  • multimedia
  • spatial design
  • 3D design and more

Skills for Animator

  • artistic talent and technical skills;
  • a good eye for detail;
  • communication and storytelling skills;
  • ability to work with others and to take direction;
  • networking skills and commitment to projects through previous work experience;
  • an engagement with the industry from submitting work to festivals and competitions;
  • the flexibility to switch between several projects at once.

Types of Animation.

  • Traditional Animation
  • Stop Motion Animation
  • Computer Animation
  • 2D Animation
  • 3D Animation

Job Roles in Animation Industry

  • 2D 3D Animator
  • 2D 3D Layout Artist
  • Match Move
  • Model Making
  • Roto Artist
  • Rigging Artist
  • Texturing Artist
  • Lighting Artist
  • Storybord Artist and more
Written by Avantika Bade on May 2nd, 2016

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