Hello to all the edjemakators here. I was just curious to get your opinions about what you prefer doing more now that you have been in the work place and you've taught future animators. Is it more rewarding to see your finished work along with the collaborative effort of your fellow artists up on the big screen (or small screen) or is it better when you see the instant one of your students figures out a solution and puts it into motion. Is it the enjoyment of the process of countless days of animating with your co workers all around you or is it watching a students progress and knowing you taught them what they know.
Is this apples and oranges?
Or is it the same thing as when sports coaches tell you they prefer coaching to playing (or are coaches players that can't hack it in the game anymore?)
I am wondering because I have given strong consideration to wanting to teach animation and other artistic production like classes one day... a very long time from now, but all the same it seems like it would be very unteresting and rewarding.
"All we have to decide is what to do with the time that has been given to us." ---Gandalf