Located on the backlot of Universal Studios, Florida, The Digital Animation and Visual Effects School offers comprehensive training in stereoscopic camera rigging, stereoscopic motion graphics production, stereoscopic visual effects production and stereoscopic (2D to 3D) conversion.
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Emmy-winning VFX artist Kevin Kutchaver has joined with The Digital Animation and Visual Effects School to produce "Captain Sternn," an animated short based on the popular anti-hero from the 1981 feature, "Heavy Metal."
The DAVE School is proud to announce the addition of Rich Suchy to their all-star faculty lineup. Originally from Burbank, California, Suchy brings to The DAVE School an extensive background in designing, building and texturing 3D models for feature films, television, and video games.
The Digital Animation and Visual Effects School, the world's leading 3D modeling, animation and visual effects school, is proud to be sponsoring the Orlando Film Festival's entry into the 2011 Chevrolet Fireball Run Adventurally. While the Rally searches for missing children, the Orlando Film Festival team will also be accepting film submissions along the route.
Before walking across the stage to receive their diplomas, The DAVE School's newest graduates will hear words of encouragement and advice from alumnus Brian Taber, a 2007 graduate of The DAVE School and a Stereoscopic Supervisor for Stereo D.