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Old 14-07-2008, 05:33 AM   #1
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Lightbulb Maya online users lessons ?

While i was workin i get the idea of making online lessons.
But not for cash ...

here is what i mean :

We are all together to share our XP. But some are good in modeling other in texturing etc... So i decided to ask ya if someone here will get on the idea of making online Video lessons and if it is possible ofcourse ...

We can make it in that way ...
1.We set a date ... one expirienced modeler like the best guys here i won't write names coz i will forgot someone :blush: we make a video call Skype , MSN whatever ... and we talk and share XP video.
2. Make a texture lessons set a date ... like i can't always ask about what i need to know in forum , lets say Jay make that video call and i'm in the "Class" i can fastly ask him a lot of things ...

That's just suggestions .... Maybe you bought Video tutorials but i don't have the money , Bulgaria = poor country very poor :shakehead

That's my suggestions in base lines ... if is Sci-fi and it's shitty delete the theme i made But i just wannt to know my idea !?

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Old 15-07-2008, 07:59 PM   #2
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Well that would be really good for a lot of people but at the same time you have to consider this, people who are pro enough to teach are most times busy people(just like many others). Yeah you see them around the forums a lot but you can be a total forum whore from work or school, sitting on a bus etc, it doesn't mean they have the time to sit down on skype (not trying to speak for anyone or sound like a total party pooper but this could most likely be the case). Also this idea is basically free online Maya classes, and thats something I've personally never seen. Lets say it does happen, it will most likely be a repeat of what happened with David's free birthday points on a bigger scale. The closest you'll come to that is if you know something personally enough to ask for their help one on one..or well head to the forums. It'd be interesting to hear others' thoughts on this though.
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