to tell you, it can be hectic sometimes, with all the quota and the deadlines... it sure is not an
easy job. And to be honest, I've got nothing to share regarding to animation and stuff right
now, but I just felt that I've been abandoned this blog since I began to work full time, so this
time I'll try to catch up with you guys..
It's been 4 months I've joined IFW as an animator, the works's fun most of the time, but there
is something that I realize along the way. The more and more you're doing character
animation in your day to day routine, the more and more you're steered away from your
other skills as well i.e modeling, rendering, etc2. It's just very hard to divorce your mind from
animation by the end of the day because we are so dedicated to the job and not thinking of
anything else except for delivering the best animation possible. I don't know whether if it's
good or bad, but I do know of this "You've become more specialized and more expert in what
you do." Yes that's true, I believe it has it's own downside and upside . But I think they have
a big advantage (as a specialist), when you want to work especially in the big industry, where
everyone is already working in a team.. and usually, they only need someone who's good on
one thing, and one thing only, while the others take care of the rest.
But I didn't say it's all good thou, being a specialist also means that you have no other option
and limit those possibilities to work on other areas.. Well, I guess you just have to figured it
out yourself whether you want to be a specialist, or you want to be the "Jack of the Trade".
Me?? I think I'll stick with this "specialist" thing for a while.. =)
Till next time guys! Adios!