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Old 04-07-2008, 10:34 PM   #1
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Hey, guys, I thought I'd let you all know that I'm going to be working with CED solutions as an online instructor for Maya game art classes for a little while starting this coming August. If you'd like to check it out, you can here:

http://www.cedsolutions.com/class_ou...g%20&%20Design
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hey mike, congrats on the offers, hope its fun!

if you woudnt mind, tell us how your first class goes in august ... cheers

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Here's a better site they just put out:

http://www.principiagamelabs.com/
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do we have to pay?? thats quite some money they are talking there???
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if you want to take the class, ya gotta pay the cash. haha
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i hear that Mike .., but thank god for college and the ozzy system

good job for yu.., looks like fun
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You can modeling with maya by visit our web www.cartooncambodia.blogspot.com
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yes, there is plenty around on the net and in books.., and if you REALLY want to learn something.., you will
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congratulation to you Mike. I am new to 3D and actually is computer science background. I like to learn Maya and like to work in this field in future, but i learn myself and haven plan to take the degree on this. If i would like to find a job as a 3D designer, should i take a degree? or must i get the certificate?
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the only thing that matters in finding a job, 90% of the time, is a good portfolio. Usually, the other 10% is experience. If the best way for you to make a good portfolio is to learn from school, that's what you should do. If you can do it on your own, go for it.
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