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So basically I'm pretty sure I want to become an animator,
but I'm not too sure what A Levels I would need to take.
I was considering: Graphics Design, ICT, Maths, English and Media.
But my only concern is that I might have to take art, but I'm not too sure.
Can anyone help?
Or does anyone know what A-Levels are required to study Animation as a degree.
They sound just about right to me-animation is art but it's technical art so I think places do give out offers without the art A level. Graphics design will be good for working with computers and art. Media will also be useful I would have though.
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