3D Modeling & Animation (Winter/Spring)

Monday, January 31, 2022 - Monday, March 28, 2022
Co-Ed
BASIS Independent Silicon Valley 1290 Parkmoor Ave. San JoseCA  95126
Monday, January 31, 2022 - Monday, March 28, 2022
Co-Ed
BASIS Independent Silicon Valley 1290 Parkmoor Ave. San JoseCA  95126

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3D Modeling & Animation (Winter/Spring)

Jan 31 - Mar 28 (Monday)

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

BASIS Independent Silicon Valley

$500.00

Meeting Dates

From Jan 31, 2022 to Mar 28, 2022

Each Monday from 04:00 PM to 05:00 PM

About This Activity

Activity Organizer: Bits, Bytes and Pixels Email: jonali@bitsbytesandpixels.com Dates: Mondays starting on 1/31/22 and ending on 3/28/22 Time: 4:00PM–5:00PM Location: Room 153 Grades: 5–12 Cost: $500 Description: Ever wonder how Disney/Pixar animated movies are made, or how characters move a certain way when you play Fortnite? Discover the secrets behind your favorite animations with this course. Learn the tools and techniques in 3D Modeling & Animation from professional artists, and bring your imagination to life. Build a 3D character, and animate using industry animation software. Merge your creativity and technical skills as you explore the world of 3D animation pipeline. No prior experience required. Students must bring their own devices and software. A computer (Windows PC or Mac) would be needed. Software for this class is Autodesk Maya. Cost of software is not included in the tuition. Approximate software cost for the duration of this course: $0 (for ages 13+), $35 (for under 13, new users), or $70 (for under 13, existing users). Assistance will be provided in installing software. Unlimited access to recorded video lessons will be provided at no additional cost.

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