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Alive! Animation course in Blender released [$]

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Pierrick writes:

Hi everyone this is Pierrick from P2Design, I’m so happy to finally announce that my new course 'Alive!', the most extensive Blender animation course produced to date, has been released.

In this video I will walk you through the course content and hopefully answer any questions you may have, if you have any remaining questions related to the course please post them in the comment section of the YouTube video and I will do my best to answer them.

I will also run a LiveStream Q&A to answer any additional questions you may have.

Getting access to educational animation content is generally quite expensive and often difficult to know where to start. That’s why I’ve designed this course to give you all the fundamentals of animation and teach you the tricks and techniques you’ll need to create everything from a cute character short to kick-ass action animations. We will cover all of this using Blender, the free and open source software, but you will be able to transfer all these techniques to any other software or animation medium. There is something in this course for everyone from complete animation beginners to more experienced animators.

The course includes more than 150 videos with over 28 hours of content. All rigs and Blender file per chapter are also provided with the course.

If you purchase the course through this link, you will also support Blendernation.
I’m running a 25% discount till the 19th of August using the code : earlybird

Hope you will like it!
Pierrick

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Pierrick Picaut

I'm Pierrick and I'm a blender foundation certified trainer working as a 3D freelancer, motion designer and Blender tutor. I try my best to release nice blender tutorials

4 Comments

  1. I see where you say "complete with English subtitles". Are you also speaking English in the tutorials?

    Thanks so much! Looks great!

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