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Key Learning

Key Learning

  • Understand the basic animation tools and methods
  • Learn fast and effective methods for creating animations
  • Learn how to solve everyday animation problems with procedural animation tools
  • Learn how to evaluate when procedural animation will be the most effective Solution

Description

Description

Animation can be a time-consuming venture that can slow down the production pipeline. You can use a host of procedural animation tools to speed the process and produce flexible and editable animation sequences. This class will help attendees to expand their knowledge of 3ds Max software's animation toolset and procedural animation methods.

Target Audience

Target Audience

3ds Max/ 3ds Max Design animators needing fast and simple solution to every day animation challenges.

Speakers

Speakers

Paul Neale

For almost 2 decades, the international 3D animation industry has recognized Paul Neale. His extensive involvement as both the senior director of Research and Development and art director of 3D for PEN Productions Inc. has encompassed areas in TV series, feature films, special effects, and high-profile games. Paul specializes in character rigging and modeling, as well as in writing plug-ins and scripted tools for system, software, and production needs. You can see the work of Paul and PEN Productions worldwide in feature films, TV series, AAA game titles, and broadcast television. At PEN Productions, Paul excels as a MAXScript scripting language tools developer, technical director, and rigging specialist for clients worldwide. He has also provided 3ds Max software training to the effects staff at The Walt Disney Company, Canada, where he worked for almost 2 years. Paul is well known for his support of the 3ds Max community through teaching, public speaking, and production.

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Tags

Published

  • 2014
  • VI5392
  • AU Las Vegas

Software

  • 3ds max, Maya

Industry

  • Media and Entertainment

Topics

  • Visualization
  • Animation
  • and Entertainment