Introductory 3DS Max (CSSO 106)

3DS Max is a computer graphics software for making 3D animations, models, and images. It is used by video game and web developers, TV commercial studios and architectural visualization studios. Ideal for aspiring animators, this introductory course focuses on teaching you the interface, its shortcuts and the core functionality of 3d modeling. Through demonstrations and hand-on activities, you will learn current modeling techniques, add details to your characters, create character rigs for posing and animation, export for use in a game engine, and render out portfolio worthy images and animations.

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Contact Hours

30 course hours (3 hours per class)

Prior Learning

To fully benefit from this course, basic computer literacy is required.

Courses offered that meet Prior Learning Requirements


Tuition + Materials

Tuition is $714.00. Download your detailed materials list before your first class.

Course Format

Course offering is available either online synchronous (VCHAT) or on campus (GNWC). View schedule for current and upcoming formats.


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