We’ve all seen cartoons on the TV, watched films at the cinema or played games on a console – but how many of us think about how those products get produced? In one way or another, these will have all used some kind....
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This course enables the participant to learn the basic techniques that are required for cartooning art. They will cover the units which include:...moreFrom £280
The Letterpress course provided by the University of the Arts London, College of...more
3ds Max is the industry standard 3D software used in computer games and films such as Street Fighter IV and X-Men. This course has been designed for...moreFrom £450
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Upon successful completion of this course you will be able to: work in a production environment, understand the mechanics of Maya, be able to create...moreFrom £1,436.40
TutorCAD is one of the largest independent UK training providers dedicated only to CAD. Courses can be at our training centres or on-site nationwide.
This course is intended for those who require the fundamental knowledge and skills to enable the user to migrate from 2D design to creating 3D...moreFrom £675
NOTE: This Course is for Beginners. It covers basic cinematography. The most common problem with amateur animations is that everything is covered...moreFrom £30
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Learn the Fundamentals of Cartooning! Do you flick to the cartoons each time you open the paper? Find yourself scouring book sales for second-hand...moreFrom