Profiles of Entertainment Art Programs & Schools

Programs to consider:

Pixologic has declared that ZBrush 4R7 is the final iteration within the ZBrush 4 series, and that they are working on ZBrush 5.0. Instead of adding a few small updates, they’ve packed it with major additions to make ZBrush 4R7 one of the most extensive releases Pixologic has ever had. ZBrush 4R7 is also the first version of ZBrush that’s released with optional 64-bit support!

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Blender is one of the best things to ever happen in the 3D industry. It’s 100% free, with no asterisk. You can download the full version for free, you can use it for personal or professional studio projects for free, and you can even change the software and distribute it for free. Everything you make it in Blender is your own property, and it’s been used by famous game and movie companies as well as scientists performing research. The best part of all is how amazing it has grown to become over many years, with countless of award winning animations being made with it. Let’s take a look at what’s new in 2.77a:

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Autodesk has unveiled the new tools and features that they’ll be adding to 3ds Max 2017. This software has been one of the most influential programs in the 3D entertain industry’s history, and we’re excited to the new software skills that you can use!

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Rocket Sky 3D Animation School

Tuition Information:  $100 Registration fee to secure your spot after acceptance. $5,400 Tuition fee due a week before commencement date.

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Do you remember a decade ago, when there was a painting software monopoly? When there were only one or two really good programs to choose from and no competition at all? It sure is nice being a digital artist today, with tons of new software options flooding the market. With so many to choose from now, which are the best of the newcomers though? There’s plenty names to debate, but Krita’s incredible power and impressive speed is quickly making it my favorite new 2D art software. The fact that it’s free and open source only make it even more exciting!

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After Odd School placed 21st on our 2014 Top 100 International Animation Schools list, we reached out for an interview to learn more about their small but tremendously successful school in Lisbon, Portugal. We were so impressed that we asked them to stay in touch so that we could show our readers what their current students were working on. Their one year Advanced 3D Modelling and Texturing class just finished and we’re honored to be able to share the outstanding results from their course in our six part student interview series!

With translation help from their class’s instructor, David Dias, the fourth student we interviewed was Miguel Antero, and you can see his impressive 3D work from the Odd School class below.

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After Odd School placed 21st on our 2014 Top 100 International Animation Schools list, we reached out for an interview to learn more about their small but tremendously successful school in Lisbon, Portugal. We were so impressed that we asked them to stay in touch so that we could show our readers what their current students were working on. Their one year Advanced 3D Modelling and Texturing class finished and we’re honored to be able to share the outstanding results from their course in our six part student interview series!

With translation help from their class’s instructor, David Dias, the third student we interviewed was Vanessa Camacho, and you can see her impressive 3D work from the Odd School class below.

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Odd School Student Interview Diogo Moniz 0

After Odd School placed 21st on our 2014 Top 100 International Animation Schools list, we reached out for an interview to learn more about their small but tremendously successful school in Lisbon, Portugal. We were so impressed that we asked them to stay in touch so that we could show our readers what their current students were working on. Their one year Advanced 3D Modelling and Texturing class just finished and we’re honored to be able to share the outstanding results from their course in our six part student interview series!

With translation help from their class’s instructor, David Dias, the second student we interviewed was Diogo Moniz, and you can see his impressive 3D work from the Odd School class below.

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Odd School Student Interview André Demétrio 1

After Odd School placed 21st on our 2014 Top 100 International Animation Schools list, we reached out for an interview to learn more about their small but tremendously successful school in Lisbon, Portugal. We were so impressed that we asked them to stay in touch so that we could show our readers what their current students were working on. Their one year Advanced 3D Modelling and Texturing class just finished and we’re honored to be able to share the outstanding results from their course in our six part student interview series!

With translation help from their class’s instructor, David Dias, the first student we interviewed was André Demétrio, and you can see his impressive 3D work from the Odd School class below.

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At Animation Career Review we have published dozens of articles detailing the different types of degree programs available in animation, design, gaming, and related fields. Each article defines the program, details the typical coursework involved and notes the type of career paths available to someone with that particualr degree. Bookmark this handy dandy list for future use.

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