Creative Career Academy is
a Christian program that offers
3D Animation & 3D Modeling
This is a 3 MONTH WORKSHOP (9 CLASSES) helps you to get prepared for future jobs, college entry and portfolios. This is a non-accredited prep program for adult learners. A certificate of completion will be provided for each level successfully completed. This is not an educational credential.
Nov 7, 14, 21, Dec 5, 12, 19, Jan 9, 16, 23
No class Nov 28, Dec 26, Jan 2
GROUP CLASS INFO
3D Animation & 3D Modeling Course - LEVEL 1: Absolute Beginner
Sunday's from 7:45 - 8:45pm EST
Access Syllabus: HERE
Description: Use software AUTODESK MAYA LT to learn 3D Animated & 3D Modeling skills. Includes learning how to animate characters for talking and mechanics. Also learning 3D Modeling techniques.
You can download 30 day trial
After trial expires download MAYA LT for:
System Requirements: here
3 month workshop - Sunday's at 7:45 -8:45 pm EST
$95/month (This discounts ends October 6th. Normal rate is $125)
Level 1 Registration: NOW OPEN
- Starts: November 7
- Duration: 3 month (9 classes)
Nov 7, 14, 21
Dec 5, 12, 19
Jan 9, 16, 23
No class Nov 28, Dec 26, Jan 2
Our # (404) 721- 4233
About the TeacherLead teacher is Jessica Henley and teacher assistant is Gavin Butler. Jessica has been teaching for 13 years. She teaches Animation, Game Design, Film Making, and Fashion Design, Computer Science, Programming. She has a Masters Degree in Education, Bachelors in Media Arts and Animation, and Associate Degree in Computer Science.
Can I get credit for the course? Are you accredited?No we are not accredited. Our courses are for personal development only. We do provide a certificate of completion for each level passed. This is not an educational credential.
Using Zoom for Group ClassDownload ZOOM: https://zoom.us/download After registration you will receive the link to access classes for Zoom
Software and Hardware RequirementsWe will be using the Autodesk Maya LT Spec Requirements: https://knowledge.autodesk.com/support/maya/troubleshooting/caas/sfdcarticles/sfdcarticles/System-requirements-for-Autodesk-Maya.html
When are assignments due?Deadlines for your weekly assignments are on Friday's at 11:30 P.M. EST Late points will be deducted if not turned in on time. If you have a habit of turning in assignments late this will affect you requesting a Letter Of Recommendation from us in the future because you have not shown that you can turn assignments in on time.
Typical schedule for a student?Class is 1 hour - During this time we will have a class lecture and video lessons for each student - Video lectures with Live-Teacher present so we can address in class any questions you have - Video will be given during class so students can work at his or her own pace. - Teacher will work with each student within the group to assist with questions. OFFICE HOURS - Held every Friday at 7:45 pm EST (by 5 hour in-advance appointment only) - Optional to attend - Go over any questions if you didn't complete the lesson in-class last session - No new material will be given, just Q & A time only On other days - If you didn't finish the in-class assignment then finish at your own convenience during the week. Assignment Due: - Friday's at 11:30 pm EST - Put in your Dropbox Folder that is shared with the teacher
How much time should I plan to spend on my coursework?This will vary person to person because it depends on how you grasps the lessons in Maya, your critical thinking skills and your current level.
How is work graded?Each assignment will be a either a "Pass", "Re-Try", or a "Fail" Pass Above Average (Points: 8 -10) - Above average - Professional entry-level work Pass Average (Points: 5 - 7) - Guidelines have been met, work is average - Excellent student level work Re-Try (Points: 2 - 4) - You only get 3 more day's additional day's on a re-try - Guidelines not met and work is lacking in key concepts - Guidelines are met, work is below average Fail (Points: 0 - 1) - No work submitted - Not sufficient for assignment