Beautiful animation doesn’t give it justice – It’s a piece of art.

Becoming a professional animator isn’t something that’s usually, like any profession or career, achieved in just a few weeks, months or even years. It’s a career path that takes a great deal of love and dedication to the art form, but if you love it then it’s going to be completely worth it. You’ll find out very quickly if character animation is something you want to pursue; it’s at times frustrating, confusing and, above all, difficult. But it can also be the most rewarding art form, as you get to be the one to breathe life into your characters and make your ideas a reality for others to enjoy. If you have the passion for it, nothing can hold you back. This article will give you an understanding of what it takes to become a 3D animator, as well as the steps to get you there successfully.

Both Freud, Fish and Butterfly (2009) and Double Fikret (2012), were selected for honors from film festivals worldwide, feature Wang’s surrealist animation and narrative style.

Wang Haiyang, born in Shandong Province in 1984, graduated from Central Academy of Fine Arts in 2008 and now works in Beijing.

Freud, Fish and Butterfly by Haiyang Wang

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