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Eunice Park of Animation Mentor now on BlenderNation


I'm happy to announce that Eunice Park of Animation Mentor will be writing for BlenderNation about the industry and as a liaison to She will be giving us first hand information such as news letters , tips and tricks from Shawn Kelly and others at Animation Mentor.

Eunice manages communications at Animation Mentor will be sharing animation information that's not just limited to online education, but providing insight on trends, software, technology and what's going on in
the world of animators.

Eunice Park is a former journalist who has worked at Newsday and the Los Angeles Times. She spent several years at a Fortune 500 company where she was responsible for internal and external communications. Currently, Park heads the communications department at where she is charge of communication efforts ranging from publicizing student success stories to monitoring social media sites to making sure Animation Mentor lives up to its mission: To provide the most personal and fulfilling learning experience on the planet!


  1. Yeah!! as an Animation Mentor student, I can only be happy to see that the link between my favorite school and my favorite 3d animation software are reenforced day after day !!!

    that's very cool

  2. Andreas Hoffmann on

    That is just great.
    I struggeled so much with Maya at AM. Blender is much nicer and easier to get into (and free) in my mind.
    Maybe one day AM will use Blender instead of Maya as their standard software.

  3. Hello Eunice, welcome to blendernation. Tbh I had never heard of you before, but looking at your resume, it's rather impressive, and from what I gather out of the buzz, as a person you seem to be quite allright.
    Welcome. I'm looking forward to your articles.

  4. This is great news!

    A lot of blender users are very interested in animation and especially Animation Mentor. It's really exciting!

  5. What's nice about the Blender phenomena is, often time "Blender" and "Blender community" is mentioned in one breath. People seems to find the people using Blender as equally important as Blender itself. And reading the AM testimonials, I also see that they have a close nit community.

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