Friday, March 8, 2013
New AnimSchool Course -- Introduction to Maya
For Immediate Release
Orem, UT United States - March 8, 2013 -- AnimSchool announces today their new course for beginners in 3D -- Introduction To Maya.
This is an introduction course to one of the most popular 3D software programs: Autodesk Maya.
"This is an excellent opportunity for those wanting to get started with Maya" AnimSchool founder Dave Gallagher said. "There is no better option for beginners in 3D animation software, or those familiar with another 3D program."
Introduction to Maya students learn directly from an industry professional in two hours of live web classes (and one hour of lab time) each week. "This isn't just about listening to pre-made videos; it's about interacting with a pro while you start the learning process."
The class is 11 weeks and tuition is an introductory price: a very affordable $595 for the entire term! (includes application fee)
The instructors appear on a web camera and share their desktop, so students are able to see the instructor explain concepts, and can ask questions as they go.
The class covers all the basics of the software: the Maya interface, working with objects, modeling basics, how to animate objects, apply textures, and use lights and cameras to render your scene.
Introduction to Maya at AnimSchool requires no prerequisites for admission. Prospective students should apply at: http://www.animschool.com/Members/NewStudent.aspx
and specify they would like to take the Introduction to Maya course.
AnimSchool characters are used by more than 10,000 users worldwide, and have been used to win numerous animation contests and for commercial needs. AnimSchool is known as the most trusted name for appealing 3D characters and animation.
Now with over 180 students, AnimSchool was founded in 2010 to bring character-focused 3D animation instruction to students all around the world through live online sessions with the very best film professionals.
560 South State Street, Suite F3
Orem, UT 84058
Posted by AnimSchool at 8:53 AM