NOTE: Due to Covid-19 Restrictions, All Programs Are Currently In REN (Online through the JHI’s Remote Education Network ) Mode Until Further Notice.
Due to the intensive nature of 4-week options, each class is limited to 12-15 participants. Since the workshops incorporate craft-based workflow instruction, all participants are expected to have a basic familiarity with the software applications being used to teach the craft for the workflows. There are prerequisites for each workshop. Please review the prerequisites before enrolling for a program option.
This hands-on workshop/class introduces the fundamentals of motion to animation and VFX professionals using Autodesk’s Maya.
Prerequisite: Students will need to have basic knowledge of Maya and substantial experience within the area of digital media arts.
This hands-on workshop covers the workflow for modeling and texturing (for hard-surfaces and organic models) using Autodesk’s Maya and Foundry’s Mari.
Prerequisite: Students will need to have a basic knowledge of Maya and familiarity with 2-D and 3-D principles.
This workshop covers the lighting to compositing shot workflow for all CG and live action/VFX projects, using Autodesk’s Maya and the Foundry’s Nuke.
Prerequisite: Students will need to have a basic knowledge of Maya and Nuke and familiarity with 2-D and 3-D principles.
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