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The Crowd Animator reports to the Animation Supervisor and Animation Director while collaborating closely with Crowd Effects Artists. He creates a variety of animated behaviors for crowds of various sizes and character compositions.

Can you spot the 3 differences in this pic? Let us know what you find! Answers will be posted tomorrow.

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The Lead Animator is responsible for overseeing animation efforts related to the casting and blocking of shots, animation reviews/dailies and the delivery of approved and/or revised shots on time to meet weekly quota expectations for a given team(s) of animators, with varying levels of experience.

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We've got your answers! The 5 differences are circled in red. Which ones did you find?

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Bolts & Blip are kicking back & relaxing! Can you guess the 5 differences between the 2 pictures?

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Not just great for Halloween, you can make these fun wind chimes and put them outside any time of year.

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Check out this awesome piece of fan art! Source:

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We've got the answers to Monday's "spot the differences"

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Can you spot the 5 differences of Bolts and Blip skating?

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