How WLCI College teaches Animation

26 Sep

For one who wishes to explore his or her creativity or imaginative power, animation is where s/he should head to. Be it cartoons or children’s movies like Kung Fu Panda, The Chronicles of Narnia, Bolt or Chhota Bheem, animation rules big time. Once a pride of the West, it is a hot favorite in India today. A few qualities that make a successful animator are:

  • Good visualization skills
  • Creativity and artistic sense
  • Drawing or illustration skills
  • Patience, hard work and dedication
  • Good communication skills to convey your ideas to others
  • Knowledge of the latest computer techniques, and
  • Since animation involves multitasking, you will have to work with others and so you must be a team player as well.

Animation courses train students in the field of art and design along with in-depth software knowledge and technical understanding. Mind you, it does not end here. Animators must update themselves on the latest technical know-how to be ahead of the rest and to keep good job offers coming in.

How Wigan & Leigh College teaches AnimationMany colleges and professional institutes offer courses in animation. The WLCI Advertising & Graphic Design Program from the stable of WLCI is designed to train students to face real-world challenges in the design industry. A certification in advertising and graphic design helps a student enter this dream world of animation. The faculty encourages students to experiment with new ideas to produce effective design solutions.

On completion of the course, students can work in:

  1. Feature films
  2. TV commercials
  3. Pop videos
  4. Gaming sector
  5. Websites or other Medias.
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