At CGMA, you pick your courses and tracks based on your skill level and area of interest.
At CG Master Academy, the team encourages the community of artists to push their boundaries and challenge themselves and each other.
The organizers of the biggest B2B conference in Eastern Europe Games Gathering present upgraded courses from their educational project Games Academy.
Check out a selection of CGMA's top-notch courses featured this week.
Mathias Røyrvik, Justin Lamperski, Paul McWilliams, and Giovanni Braggio joined CGMA to teach students industry-proven workflows and professional skills in rigging, animation, weapon art, and VFX.
Check out the new NVIDIA Studio YouTube channel, a creative resource full of exclusive tutorials, showcases, and more.
The Fall 2020 term at CGMA is open for registration! The Fall term offers new courses, an opportunity to preview a course of your choice, and more ways to pay with the new 4-installment payment option.
Courses for the Fall 2020 term at CGMA will open for registration on July 27th! The Fall term offers new courses, an opportunity to preview a course of your choice, and more ways to pay with the new 4-installment payment option.
Rebelway team talked about the importance Houdini and procedural approach are gaining in the industry and the way they teach CG and FX students to work with the software at their top-notch online school.
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