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  08 August 2013
CGWorkshops: Animation Made Simple

Take your first steps towards producing feature quality animation with this easy to follow introduction to the basic building blocks of motion.

Ruth will guide you through simple manageable assignments that will provide you with a comprehensive and detailed understanding of animation's underlying fundamentals. The program is perfect for beginners but also offers a little extra for those who are looking for a challenge.

This is a very comprehensive course, so have a read of the week by week course outline here to get a full understand of what is contained in the workshop.

With her experienced eye Ruth can help you refine your work to the highest level or simply guide you in a clear and easy to understand manner as you set out on your first animation adventure.

"All of my tutorials will be in Maya 2013 but the emphasis is on learning aesthetics and building your artistic experience so I will be happy to guide you on animation principles no matter what software package you choose."

Ruth is a 17 year veteran of Animation and VFX and has a wealth of experience to share, enrol today and make use of all that knowledge!
  08 August 2013
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