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Old 31-08-2002, 01:33 AM   #1
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I attend the Art Institute of Philidelphia in Pennsylvania. It's a crappy school ( I think), all they teach as far as 3D is Studio Max and they expect everyone to become a character animator. They had Maya for a little while there but then they got rid of it because they thought Studio Max was the industry standard! Now there thinking of bringing Maya back to the school.(all my bitching helped) There looking to hire someone to teach Maya. I'm not advertising for them Im just trying to help them along. We really need a teacher there. If your interested call them @ 1.215.567.7080 and ask for the Dean of Animation. Good Luck!!
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Old 31-08-2002, 01:46 AM   #2
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thoughtfull of you man.. :p
i'm sure somebody might find this usefull and wanna be your teacher.. hehe
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Old 31-08-2002, 05:42 AM   #3
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hmmmm (rubs chin thoughtfully...)
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Old 31-08-2002, 05:56 PM   #4
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lol
gooo mike! hes a gr8 teacher
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Old 02-09-2002, 08:55 AM   #5
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Well, you know what they say.. "Those who can't, teach."
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What's that phone number again?
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[quote]Originally posted by mtmckinley
hmmmm (rubs chin thoughtfully...) [/QUOTE

Go for it my 3d-sifu!
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Hi Heinrich! Howzit? I go to the same school. The teaching position is still open. They need a Masters Degree and the will to teach at a basic level. So, if you're so inclined...
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Guess that rules me out. No Masters Degree here. lol
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1 more year to finish my Masters. Think they'll hold the position for me?
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Welcome to the Club then Dave ... I also graduate in about one year and a half .. (Graphic Design stuff)

See you around ..

btw: how´s that sub coming?
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Well, just finished finals week, I have a week off, so the sub modeling will continue full time now. Whew... What a rough week that was. Now it's time to relax with more intense modeling and stuff.
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