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animSchool new trailer

Posted on June 24, 2011  2 Comments
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Still wondering if you should be attending Ianimate or Animation Mentor? Wait, you are forgetting Animschool! ;-)

I really want to like that school and the rigs seem like a lot of fun but I am finding the concept difficult to understand at the moment, is it an animation, modeling, rigging or a generalist school? As a graduate from Animation Mentor I might be interested to join some of the animation classes but the website is making it pretty difficult to understand whether this is possible. Also having two separate domain names 3dappeal and AnimSchool is not helping.

One thing for sure is that the guys are uber talented though and those following videos they recorded are very interesting.
AnimSchool, animating Appeal and Entertainment


2 Responses to “animSchool new trailer”

  1. David Gallagher on June 25th, 2011 12:24

    Hello! One of our teachers pointed out your post here. Thanks for noticing our nice new trailer.

    If you have any questions about our programs, I will answer them.

    We have two 21-month programs, one for modeling & rigging called “3D Character”. And one for 3D Animation.

    In both programs, students take one course learning some of the skills from the other program. We find even at the feature film level, it’s helpful (and rare!) to have some generalist skills. For animators to be able to customize their shots and know their way around some constraints. And by all means, for riggers and modelers to know a little animation.

    So, while you wouldn’t consider it a “generalist school” in the traditional sense, we provide some cross-pollination of skills.

    People can take classes individually as well (Applicants send their reel to qualify).

    3DAppealBlog is my personal blog — but obviously very connected to the school.

    Feel free to contact me:

  2. Olivier Ladeuix on June 26th, 2011 07:38

    alright I did spend a bit of time going through the website and eventually found the information I was after. For single classes there is a $300 registration fee + the class which is around $2000.

    Cool, the next class is starting very soon.

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