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i am looking for the 3D Animation class

Postby e2g » Tue, 22 Aug 2006 4:18 pm

Hi i'm currently working in Achitect company.but now i would like to find the Animation class to improve my job.Have any where to recommend.

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Postby Bremen » Tue, 22 Aug 2006 4:35 pm

What sort of animation? 3D games animation? Flash animation? AutoCAD? Be specific, then search on google.
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Postby e2g » Tue, 22 Aug 2006 4:39 pm

Architectural Animation i try to find in google but didn't get

Thanks

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Postby Strong Eagle » Tue, 22 Aug 2006 7:05 pm

Contact this guy...

TONY SEALY [tony@intense-animation.com]

From the name, you get the gist of his business.

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Postby bigfilsing » Wed, 23 Aug 2006 4:20 pm

dont run before you can walk.
Having used 3D max for years may i offer the following advice.
Study 3d modeling first ( whether with 3d max or maya or whatever)
the key to animation is not only to understand how an object reacts in the real world but how the 3D model of that object reacts and is bulit ( and more to the point it's limitations)
Modeling basics are essential to any computer based animation whether it be organic models or solid models of buildings etc.

Although i had been using Auto Cadd for years i taught myself 3d with the help of books. It's quite easy to do with some patience and nowadays there tons of stuff on the net. Take a look at 3d cafe for example.
Good luck

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Postby e2g » Wed, 23 Aug 2006 8:01 pm

bigfilsing wrote:dont run before you can walk.
Having used 3D max for years may i offer the following advice.
Study 3d modeling first ( whether with 3d max or maya or whatever)
the key to animation is not only to understand how an object reacts in the real world but how the 3D model of that object reacts and is bulit ( and more to the point it's limitations)
Modeling basics are essential to any computer based animation whether it be organic models or solid models of buildings etc.

Although i had been using Auto Cadd for years i taught myself 3d with the help of books. It's quite easy to do with some patience and nowadays there tons of stuff on the net. Take a look at 3d cafe for example.
Good luck



Thanks you so much ya

i think may be i am ready to run.i done some for that i already can do the animation as well but just basic walkthrough.So i want to get in to advance level that 's why not easy to look for. like i mention that i alreay work as a visualizier.here is some of my job ya.

Thanks so much

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So i want to find animation class.

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Postby Wind In My Hair » Thu, 24 Aug 2006 12:51 am

Wow, e2g, the first pic of the outdoor bath tub was incredible. I love it!

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Postby sundaymorningstaple » Thu, 24 Aug 2006 9:20 am

bigfilsing wrote:dont run before you can walk.
Having used 3D max for years may i offer the following advice.
Study 3d modeling first ( whether with 3d max or maya or whatever)
the key to animation is not only to understand how an object reacts in the real world but how the 3D model of that object reacts and is bulit ( and more to the point it's limitations)
Modeling basics are essential to any computer based animation whether it be organic models or solid models of buildings etc.

Although i had been using Auto Cadd for years i taught myself 3d with the help of books. It's quite easy to do with some patience and nowadays there tons of stuff on the net. Take a look at 3d cafe for example.
Good luck


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Guess that's what happens when we assume too much without knowing the other person's understated writing style.

e2g,

Excellent work.

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Postby chixchix » Thu, 24 Aug 2006 12:30 pm

Informatics is offering the classes.


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