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Introduction to 3d Modeling & Animation

– with Noah Paessel


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Wednesdays September 6-27, 3-5pmGCC Main Campus
Name(s) and date(s) of birth of participating youths must be provided at registration.

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This four-part series will introduce students to Blender, the free and open-source 3D software tool. Industry professionals use Blender to create advertisements, animated features and video effects—but the Blender foundation's mission is to get the world’s best 3D computer graphics technology into the hands of artists as free software. Students will create a basic 3D model, apply materials and lighting, and then create a very short animated sequence using the model.

About the Presenter

Noah Paessel teaches as an adjunct in GCC’s Art Department and has exhibited his multimedia artworks at venues that include the ICA Boston. His most recent body of work “Synthetic Photographs” explores the intersection of software, photography and sculpture. Noah holds a B.F.A. from the Massachusetts College of Art and Design and master’s degree from the MIT Media Lab where he studied with Jon Maeda in the Physical Language workshop.

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