Animator Interview Questions
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As an Animator, what do you believe is your best asset?
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Pay attention to detail, fast at prototyping, creative mind, very skilled.
I am good artist and trained in traditional animation.
Self confidence and motivation good presentation and final outputs.
My best asset is to be create appealing poses that work with the timing required my the shot.
Storytelling, and being a creative director.
I am very active in sports, and therefore pretty in tune with my body and knowing how it moves and what happens to the body as it moves around in space.
My best asset would have to be my ability to come up with concepts quickly and to refine them into potential projects.
Having patience to do little more hard work.
I have a tendency to not leave my desk until my goal if finished, and frequently find myself setting a new goal that I again, won't leave unresolved.
My best asset is my fast-learning ability. I am able to receive and respond to critics quickly and be comfortable with a new software quickly. It’s my best asset because an animator needs to keep evolving.