The Path To MoGraph
In this short 10-day course you'll get an in-depth look at what it takes to be a Motion Designer. Along the way, you'll learn about the software, principles, and techniques used in the field through in-depth case-studies and tons of bonus material.Registration Starts
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Motion Graphics, or MoGraph for short, is exploding in popularity. Motion Design work can be seen in commercials, the opening credits of the latest blockbuster film, and even in the animations found in your favorite apps. And that's just the beginning. The Path To MoGraph is a free 10-day course where you'll get an in-depth look at what it takes to become a professional Motion Designer. You'll get a tour of four very different Motion Design studios. Then, you'll check out the creation of an entire real-world project from start to finish; showing you the software, tools, and techniques that you'll need to know to break into this industry.
Prior to starting School of Motion, Joey was the Creative Director and Lead Animator at Toil in Boston, MA. There he lead projects for clients like Subway, McDonalds, Progressive, Saucony, and many other high-profile brands. He has also freelanced extensively for studios and agencies, working on network rebrands for Speed, Discovery, HBO, and SyFy. He's been using After Effects for close to 20 years and is one of the baldest dudes you'll ever meet.
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We'll take a trip to four studios that tackle very different kinds of work to give you an inside look at what it's like to be a Motion Designer.
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