Being successful in animation, it’s 5% talent and 95% hard work. How much do you want it?
What students say about our school
The good thing about Cgtarian is that emphasis on anatomy, physics etc. Understanding that our rigs have muscles and how to ground our performances to create a stronger illusion of life. Instead of only thinking about this one performance, I am given knowledge that can be applied to many, many other rigs and performances. Thank you.
Steven Hawthorne (Bridgwater, United Kingdom)
Overall it's been a mind blowing and eye opening experience. Its made clear concepts that I hadn't quite understood prior to CGTarian. Definitely looking forward to taking more courses in the future and I highly recommend it to other animation scholars.
Adam Ampa (San Francisco, United States)
I have bounced around between a few online programs. In terms of learning structure I think Cgtarian is my favorite so far. I really love the specific lectures that coincide directly with the shot you are working on- it helps you to make decisions on your own as you work and helps you avoid mistakes before you make them. That way the instructor at the end of the week can be confident in your understanding of the critique because the content has been covered. It also helps so you know not only the changes you need to make but why you are making them.
Isaiah Ledgister (Oakville, Canada)
The class was very fun and entertaining, i like how it teaches and makes us push our timing to parts that we thought we wouldn't be able to do before and how to make those fast movements read well
Henry Sanchez (United States)
Helped to broaden my knowledge in animation. The course gave me more confidence and opened my eyes
Evghenii Cernisev (Moscow, Russia)