high school classes for animation?
ok really really vague. aside from the obvious ''animation'' course,what kind of classes should i build up,like ''just in case'' classes,or things that reinforce it.im thinking about one business class.also if your in the animation Business, feel free to throw Absolutely any piece of information you want in.im a 9th grader going into 10th
- Badger26Lv 610 years agoFavorite Answer
Drawing courses, computer science courses (most animation is done on a computer now, so knowledge of certain programs would be a huge plus), business is always a good idea, and basically any art class to improve your creativity and such.
- Anonymous5 years ago
If you want to study animation in college, you need to take visual arts as your electives, ideally in all four years of high school. So that's things like drawing, painting, sculpture. But since you're taking band this year, stay put in that. Start taking visual arts next year, and you'll be fine. You can take band if you can fit it in, but it's not going to help you with animation. I'd hate for you to drop it, though. It's very fun, and it's nice to have a class you're taking for fun, rather than because it's career oriented. But if you can't fit it in, that's too bad, but it is what it is.