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  02 February 2011
Good colleges that have visual effects programs

Preferably in the United States.
 
  02 February 2011
What are you interested in specifically?
 
  02 February 2011
How specific can I be? I'm interested in visual effects.
 
  02 February 2011
Originally Posted by Akinsthestarchild93: How specific can I be? I'm interested in visual effects.


Okay then: http://forums.cgsociety.org/showthr...?f=285&t=748071

Look at Gnomon, SCAD, and AAU.

Last edited by gawl126 : 02 February 2011 at 07:31 PM.
 
  02 February 2011
Thanks for the reply.

Last edited by Akinsthestarchild93 : 02 February 2011 at 02:22 AM.
 
  02 February 2011
Originally Posted by Akinsthestarchild93: Thanks for the reply.


Answer what you had before you edited. You really have to search on your own to find some place in your $20k - $25k (tuition + housing) range. Your best bet will be to study in state somewhere to avoid out of state tuition which is just a ton of money. Then you have housing to pay for which is just a lot of money too depending on where you're going. Also, every campus pretty much has student jobs. And they just don't hand out internships, sorry...You have to apply for them like everyone else.
 
  02 February 2011
Originally Posted by Akinsthestarchild93: How specific can I be? I'm interested in visual effects.


People are trying to help you and this is your reply? You will soon find when you don't put in two seconds of time asking a question people aren't going to take two seconds of time answering it.
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  02 February 2011
Originally Posted by Akinsthestarchild93: How specific can I be? I'm interested in visual effects.


How is that in any way specific? VFX involves concept art, matchmoving, rotoscoping, modelling, texturing, shading, lighting, rigging, animation, FX, matte painting, and compositing. You could be interested in any of these.
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  02 February 2011
Red face

Originally Posted by MrConterno: People are trying to help you and this is your reply? You will soon find when you don't put in two seconds of time asking a question people aren't going to take two seconds of time answering it.


Look, I realized I was wrong so I changed the reply to something that wasn't rude.
 
  02 February 2011
Originally Posted by leigh: How is that in any way specific? VFX involves concept art, matchmoving, rotoscoping, modelling, texturing, shading, lighting, rigging, animation, FX, matte painting, and compositing. You could be interested in any of these.


Can you explain to me what rigging and matte painting is?

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