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Books by Francis Glebas. Trivia About The Animator's Ey That is why placing a portfolio link in your header section is far too important to be neglected. There are many industry examples of Animators being hired after showcasing just one good video. Make sure to structure your portfolio so that your strongest work is featured first. Recently, demo reels have become more and more demanded for jobs, so make sure to include a link to one in your portfolio or header directly.
After directing attention to your portfolio, the second most important thing is to write a relevant Summary section. For example, when you apply for an Animator position in the marketing industry, you will mostly be dealing with explainer videos, motion graphics, and interactive interfaces.
In this case, focus on your ability to create highly engaging explainer videos and animations, if that is what is mentioned in the job description:. If you have experience working for popular brands, mention that too. Even though 3D Animators and 2D Animators share the same fundamental animation skills, their working environments are very different and resume for animation should reflect that.
Your summary should reflect both collaboration experience and proficiency with industry-standard 3D animation tools. This is a summary for 2D Animator, which would be instantly disregarded as a candidate for 3D animation work. This is an animation description that is too generic--it mentions no tools, no specific pipeline, no collaboration with other departments. Pay attention to whether the job requires 3D or 2D animation skills. Even though fundamentals are the same, the tools and the pipeline are completely different.
The most demanded in the industry are the ability to work well with others and stay creative while following strict deadlines. Even though education is not the priority and you most often will be judged based on your finished projects and industry experience, an education section can be useful.
Of course, no certificates will replace a well-put animation portfolio. Trying to land an interview? Check out more winning resume examples for inspiration. No spam, just information that will help you build a resume that makes you feel relevant and well represented. Toggle navigation.
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