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where to learn max

where to learn max

where to learn max

I have currently been reading and looking at this product and have seen in the job market that there is quite a need for people who know how to use this product. so my question is does anyone know the best school to goto either in texas around Austin or in northern Califoria up around Sacramento to go to that has a great number of classes on using 3D Studio Max R3

RE: where to learn max

I origanally took a class on 3dstudio R3(THE DOS version berfore the max name) at a local junior college in the Dallas Ft.Worht area. It was a very in depth course taking you from simple modeling to advanced morphing and animation techniques. You may want to explore an option of that nature, however I got the following info off of diskreets web site. It's not around the Sacremento area but was the closest to what you were lookin for. Hope this helps, even if the info is a little long in comming

Academy of Art College
79 New Montgomery Street
San Francisco, California 94105
tel: 415-274-8662
email: eric@art.edu

RE: where to learn max

try asking at www.cgtalk.com, they'll either be able to tell you or be able to point you to someone who can.

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