Tuesday, 30 June 2015

Still Time to Sign Up for Our July 6 Class!

There is still time to sign up for our new class beginning on Monday 6 July 2015. We believe that we provide the very best animation training that money can buy, for the lowest possible price. Our students at Animation Apprentice are finding jobs with leading studios like Blue Zoo and Jellyfish Pictures, proving that our teaching methods work, and are helping our students to find paid work at a high level in our industry. So what's keeping you? Sign up now to kick-start your animation career!

You Can Do It!
How are we able to offer such competitive rates? The answer lies in the way we teach. We don't waste valuable (and expensive) teacher time giving classroom lectures. All our instruction is done via pre-recorded videos, hundreds of hours of content on everything from bouncing a simple ball to complex character and creature animation.

Our feedback is given through bespoke videos, which you can open up at your convenience at any time of day or night. We won't make you do Skype calls at 3am - you study at your own pace. To see a sample feedback video, follow this link.

With 25 years of experience in the animation industry, Animation Apprentice founder Alex Williams personally tutors all of our students. For more on how our course works, check out this page. And to sign up and get started, click here. We'll be delighted to welcome you on board!

To sign up for our July classroom at Animation Apprentice, follow this link. For more information on finding work and surviving in the animation and visual effects business, read our post on how to find a job in the animation industry, and check out our post about what not to do at a job interview. Also see our post on starting your own small animation business, learn how to create an invoice, and see how we are helping our students find work through our film co-operative Nano Films.  Download the free Escape Studios Careers in VFX Handbook. Take a look at how awn.com can help you find a job, and read our piece about how to survive as a freelance animator. Also, find out what Cinesite look for in a student's demo reel, and read our post on setting up your own animation business. Also see our post about freelancers and taxes

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