hi! I was interested in maybe attending KCAI, I have been looking up student work, which seems to be very good, however there seems to be a large collection of 2D work that I am seeing and I am more 3D oriented. Is the program at KCAI directed more toward 2D as opposed to 3D? Thanks, Sara
hey! thanks for asking me about the kcai animation program! the program encourages for the students to work on any type of animation that they may be interested in like, 2D, 3D, stop motion, paper cut outs, experimental, etc. The program starts you off learning the basics with paper and pencil with a down shooter camera (If you’re transfering in as a sophomore) you know learning the bouncing ball, weight, etc. And then you can start taking Maya classes in junior year. But from looking at your blog (great stuff!) I feel like you’re already way ahead of those classes and maybe you can try and find a school more catered towards 3D? I feel like you might think it’s a bit slow and a waste of tuition if you already know how to model and stuff. Just my opinion. Hope this was helpful!
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Ahh Naka-Kon 2014 is over! I had a great time and I want to get another artist table soon!
Now I will be uploading all my merch online so people who couldn’t go to Naka can buy them! n__n
please buy them :)
Big Naka-Kon 2014 post!
Friday was Lady Rainicorn, Saturday was Reese and Sunday was just chill wear Adventure Time things day.
First time having an artist table and a great time!
this is how my table looked, who came by and what i was cosplaying :D
Guess who was running a booth at the convention
ahhh thank you for visiting my table!! i’m so glad some people knew what bird and fish was!!
One of my prints I’ll be selling at Naka-Kon! (March 14-16th) Later it will be available on my storenvy.