Wednesday, 29 April 2015
Tuesday, 28 April 2015
Ed Catmull (President of Walt Disney and Pixar Animation Studios), Jim Morris (President of Pixar Animation Studios) and Andrew Millstein (President of Walt Disney Animation Studios) are coming to Singapore.
Monday, 13 April 2015
Something to share here on how to get a job in animation at Walt Disney Studios. Read the article at Collider website
Sunday, 12 April 2015
CG Production with 3ds Max (Due to Labour Day, there is a short break)
Starting on 20 April
Course Fee used to be : $740 after subsidy.
Now you save $140. Current Fee is only $600
(WDA Subsidy for Singaporeans and PR only)
Schedule: 20 April - 29 April (every Mon, Wed, Fri 7.30pm -10.30pm, Sat 10am-5pm)
4 May - 8 May (every Mon, Wed, Fri 7.30pm -10.30pm)
If you are interested, please drop a mail to email@example.com now. (Only 8 seats.
Reply before fri)
This course introduces the fundamentals of 3ds Max, a 3D program used widely in the animation and gaming industry for 3D modelling, 3D animation and digital visual effects. You will learn to navigate through the user interface, the basic techniques of modeling and applying textures, set basic lightings and render the model you have created, and perform simple animation.
1. User Interface
Entry-level navigation for students to understand the UI of 3ds Max Students will learn how to use viewport navigation, modeling, rigging and animation tools
3. Students will learn the basic modeling tools and progressively move to advance modeling tools
4. UV Unwrap and Textures
Students will learn basic unwrap and create textures for their models Students will understand the workflow of a typical 3D asset creation and texture process Rigging and Skinning Students will understand the tools involved in the process of rigging models The concepts covered will be applicable to 3D animation
Students will learn to animate using the rigs created for their 3D model Students will learn to refine their animation by setting up keys and using basic animation tools like graph editors and motion control
6. Lighting and Rendering
Students will learn to create the finishing look of their 3D animation by using basic lighting tools Students will understand the different rendering methods to create the final look
Hi all! Davis Vu Storyboard Class: Principles and Drawing is now open for registration.
Please note that
Storyboard: The Importance of Storytelling and Storyboarding: Principles and Drawing are independent course.
Storyboard: The Importance of Storytelling is not a prerequisite for taking the Storyboarding: Principles and Drawing.
Previous Course Fee is $340.
Now it is only $200.
Commencement Date: 28th Apr 2015
Every Tuesday and Friday 7.30pm to 10.30pm // 6 hours Lectures for 5 Weeks
Total of 30 hours
Details can be found here.
*Six Degree funding is only applicable to Singapore Citizens and PRs only
If you are interested please send us an email reply at firstname.lastname@example.org before end of the week to reserve your slot and apply for the Six Degree funding available for Media Practitioners (including fresh media graduates and freelancers).
Work by CG Protege student Jeremy G. Olanda
Ever wished you could create characters and creatures and bring them to life on your screen? Explore the world of 3D and CGI in the upcoming "CG Production with 3ds Max" course! Learn the fundamentals of 3ds Max, a program used widely in the animation and gaming industry for modelling, animation and digital visual effects. Intake starts soon!
Find out more about the course here
If you are interested, please call 64737502 or drop us an email to email@example.com