Tokyo, Japan - November 15th and 16th
Tony Mullen wrote:
I thought people might be interested to know that I am going to be teaching a 10-hour weekend workshop for Blender beginners in Tokyo in November, on the 15th and 16th. The event will be held by Universal Marginal Studios in the Hiroo neighborhood.
We are hoping that this can become a series of workshops, gradually advancing in level. So although this particular workshop will be geared for beginners, in the future I hope to have workshops that will cover topics such as Python scripting, working with the game engine, advanced rigging and animation topics, sequence editing and compositing, and many other advanced topics.
The workshop is limited to 10 participants, with a minimum number of 7 people to go forward. So far we have 3 applicants after just recently announcing it. The cost for the workshop is 15,000 yen (about $150). The workshop will be given in Japanese.
Universal Marginal's official posting of the event can be found here.
I'm really hoping that we meet the minimum number of applicants required to have this workshop, because I think it will be great fun.
Kassel, Germany - classes start October 30th and December 4th
Peter 'Haunt_House' HaehnleinÂ wrote:
The Volkshochschule Kassel offers three classes:
- Blender I, basics: starts October 30th 2008 (15 units a 45min)
- Gimp, basics: starts October 30th 2008 (16 units a 45min)
- Blender II, animation starts December 4th 2008 (15 units a 45min)
The classes are for beginners. Basic experience with a PC is recommended. As always I'll try to make it as painless as possible.
About me: I know Blender since 2001, won't ever use another package and I won the Suzanne award for character animation 2005
More information: http://www.steam-train.de