Zbrush Workshop Announcement - Monday 1/11 - Friday 1/15

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RSutter

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Hi all!

I figured I'd post this here as well. I've been working with Zbrush for close to 13 years now, and I've been teaching it on a college level for going on 9 years. I have a background in creating characters for games, film, and the collectible/toy industry. You can see some of my work here: www.ralphsutter3d.com

I wanted to offer a workshop for those of you who are looking to get into Zbrush but really have not been able to break through its relatively steep learning curve.

Next week, from Monday 1/11 to Friday 1/15, I will be offering crash course in Zbrush. It's intended as a basic, foundation level course, to get you started in Zbrush for many different kinds of production outputs (games, film, 3D print).

Class will be live via Zoom (online). 2 hours each day, from Monday the 11th - Friday the 15th from 9am to 11am EST. That weekend, on Saturday the 16th and Sunday the 17th, there will also be more open structured AMA/QA-style sessions (2 hours each) from 8am to 10am EST.

Let me know if this works for you and if you're interested! The course costs $200 to attend.
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RSutter

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Thanks man! In all fairness, the Mon-Friday sessions are essentially full lectures (so there really is not a whole lot of interactivity there). They will be recorded and will be available to watch a few hours after the session ends. So I don't think it's crucial to be physically present for them.

The main interaction happens during the 2 weekend sessions. That is much more of a QA-style "how to", where everyone gets to ask me how to approach certain things that weren't necessarily covered by the lectures.

So either way, I think it's a great value and you don't necessarily miss out by not being there live during the lectures :)
 

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