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  07 July 2009
SpawnOfGaea ,

Can you tell me what's an Associate's Degree ??

I am from India and I don't know much about the American education system
How diffrent is it from the Bachelor's Degree that I have ?

Thanks .
 
  07 July 2009
an associates is two years of schooling. BA is four years
 
  07 July 2009
Originally Posted by MKScrivana: an associates is two years of schooling. BA is four years


Thanks a lot ,
MKScrivana

Over here we have 3 years for BA .
 
  07 July 2009
Originally Posted by SpawnofGaea: I wanted to get into the VFX end (the elements, rippling, etc.)


Just for clarification, what you're talking about there is FX, not VFX. VFX is short for visual effects, and is a broad term encompassing all aspects of digital production that are used in the creation of imagery that's added to live action footage - this includes modelling, fur, rigging, lighting, texturing, shaders, FX, compositing, matte painting, etc.
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