Learn the basics of computer modelling and animation in this free 3-part webinar for teens and adults!
Local animation teacher Marc Bergeron is offering an introduction to computer modelling and animation in three 1-hour Zoom sessions – using Blender, free software you can download on your own computer.
No prior knowledge is required. If you’re interested in learning about modeling and animation but don’t know where to start, then this is the course for you. By the end of the course you will be able to sculpt, model, keyframe, set up physics simulations and render out your animations into videos or images.
Webinar dates are: Tues, May 18, Thurs, May 20, and Tues May 25 at 7:30 – 8:30 pm
For ages 13 to adult. A computer with internet access, a numeric keyboard and a mouse is needed, and you will need to download the Blender software.
Contact the Library to register for the Zoom webinar link and get the link to the Blender software. Note: Registrations are limited.