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#1 Mei Lewis

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Posted 30 October 2011 - 05:43 AM

Just found out about this:
http://fxphd.com/courses#GRD201

I'm not doing it but I would if I had the cash. Anyone involved?
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#2 Chris Millar

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Posted 30 October 2011 - 03:33 PM

I had access to some fxphd courses a while back - Flame and Smoke ...

Pretty good, you really need a good machine and some dedicated time to get the most of it.

It's more the motivation in keeping up that you're paying for, as if you don't then the forum discussion roll on forward without you. The teaching and source files in most cases is good, they seem to enjoy themselves and are pretty active.

I've got nothing to compare it too though, other than perhaps a terabyte of other video tutorials gleaned from the net that I never touch.

Unless they do a course in 'building new tools from scratch' - C++, openGL, python etc... and the it'd have to be a teacher with a pretty good pedigree - I wont be returning, but at the time i'd say the involvement was worthwhile...

Oh, there are classes on python Posted Image

hmmmm, now if it were only specifically on the Maya API and was more C++ oriented

hint hint fxPHD Posted Image
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