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Computer Animator

Bell Curve

1
5%

You snagged that prestigious internship with a famous animator. Your first attempt at CGI crashed the computer system, obliterating a month's worth of your work—and everyone else's.

2
25%

After a year of unemployment, your friend's father got you a job for an ad agency. You're in charge of coming up with a 3-D anthill for an ad campaign for pesticides.

3
50%

Your Dada-esque ants caught the attention of a producer of A Bug's Life. You're in charge of the CGI team for the next big movie based on the life and hard times of Adam and the Ants, a 1980s British rock group.

4
75%

The Ants film was a hit, thanks to the 3-D computer special effects, and you've hit the big time. You're at Disney Studios, making the money and making what you call computer art.

5
95%

You own your own computer production company and you contract with big Hollywood studios. You have it all—mega-money, glory, creative freedom. Now, if you could only find a decent intern who didn't screw things up, life would be golden.

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