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  10 October 2012

I got accpected to start DMAC in Jan but it really expensive, and i dont want to be paying student loans when i am 80. I already have my B.A. in Digital Media from UCF but due to the budget cut when i was in school i have no modeling or VFX xp. Im on but its soooo boring but i dont feel like it working for me.

Now im thinking is DMAC worth the money investment?
  10 October 2012
Here is my take is most well known for web design work and graphics oriented projects. It isn't as strong in VFX traininng as with other areas.

DMAC on paper has a very strong program. The problem is that I haven't met anyone in the industry who went there and it is a "for profit" schools, which always makes such a school questionable. The only "for profit" schools that I have seen in the animation industry that I liked were School of Visual Arts and some online educational program such as Animation Mentor.

Before attending DMAC, I would check it out personally. Meet with students. Ask them questions. Meet with career services to ask them some pointed questions.

Last edited by taxguy : 10 October 2012 at 02:19 PM.
  10 October 2012
Thank you i will take a look into that. Can you tell me some more about the online programs?? I seen a few that im looking to go into but i do not know if should try to go into a program at a school or at a production company?
  10 October 2012
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