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Old 01-11-2011, 01:51 PM   #1
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Entertainment Design 3D which gives a Bachelor

Hi there! I'm currently looking for schools to attend next year. My criteria are that they are straight to the point, and gives me a Bachelor. I've found a lot of schools which gives you a Bachelor. However, I feel like a lot of them spend way to much time with completely unnecessary subject. For instance, I know an animator who took a Bachelor in animation, who had to learn interior design, which is in no way relevant to animation. It's way too time consuming and expensive to take an education to spend time on BS like that.

I've also found some very cool schools which seems to be more straight to the point, and teaches valuable skills which can be directly used in production. One of them is The Art Department Link

This looks incredible! However, I will not get a Bachelor.

I know there are 3D schools out there which will give you a bachelor in 3D. However, from what I've understood, most of them are strictly about learning the tool, and no the principles behind it. I would very much like to get traditional skills as well as technical, as purely technical skills will only take you so far. I would like to become an artist who uses 3D as a medium.

So basically: Is there a school out there which will teach me traditional skills, like drawing, sculpting (with clay, etc) and so on, and 3D skills, while still giving me a Bachelor?

The only thing I've found so far which comes close is The Animation Workshop in Denmark.
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Thanks for your time.

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