Digital-Tutors Release Exciting New Training

Digital-Tutors have announced a unique and exciting release in the introduction of the Beginner’s Guide, a free fundamental learning series for new artists that takes an introductory look at essential 2D and 3D terms, definitions and guidelines.

In addition the respected industry training company can offer 8 production-based courses that go several steps beyond a novice level, that are for Digital-Tutors subscribers only.

Adding to the excitement is the announcement of the largest free online CG training site. Digital-Tutors are now providing hundreds upon hundreds of high-quality, complimentary videos to learning the basics of CG.

Digital-Tutors New Training Programs:
Beginner’s Guide – An All-New Series of Introductory Training
Beginner’s Guide to CINEMA 4D
Beginner’s Guide to Maya 2011
Beginner’s Guide to Shading Networks in Maya 2011
Beginner’s Guide to Animation in Maya 2011
Beginner’s Guide to Rigging in Maya 2011
Beginner’s Guide to Modeling in Maya 2011
Beginner’s Guide to Nuke 6.2
Beginner’s Guide to Image Editing in Photoshop CS5
Beginner’s Guide to ZBrush 4

Subscriber Exclusive – New Production-based Courses
Creating a Handgun in ZBrush 4
Presentation Techniques in ZBrush 4
Building a Logo for a Law Firm in Illustrator CS5
Creating a Grunge Concert Poster in Photoshop CS5
Exploring Animation Principles in Maya 2011: Staging
Exploring Animation Principles in Maya 2011: Solid Drawing
Exploring Animation Principles in 3ds Max 2011: Solid Drawing
Utilizing Shading Networks in Maya 2011

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