the problem is that not many schools offer animation/illustartion as well as physics or some other science classes.
i don't want to end up brainless and all i can do is draw all day...so it is hard to find schools with specific art degrees as well as some other classes.
i am at the point of split passion, where i don't know what i want to do because i am not sure if the thing i want to do is what i want to do as my career.....but animation/illustration is for sure, but... i also like science and composing some music.
also i heard from my college advisor that science classes are required for certain colleges as well as, i think, a math class or some foreign language class...i want to know if this is true for most art schools.
so the problem is......i can go to a college that doesn't offer animation/illustration classes but offer some other art such as fine art of studio art as well as science classes. Or i can go to a school specifically for art and no science(i think, needs verification). DOes schools like ringling have science classes?
also if i major in fine art or studio art will i still be able to get a job as an illustrator or possssssibly part of a group that does animation such as the character designer or landscape/environment designer or architect???