i am not trying to offense anybody but, why animation mentor is soo expensive vs this one or iAnimate? i mean 600 or 500 per month is cool, but 1100 per month to enroll on AM? if there is some reason please tell me! this is a really big decision in my life!
I wouldn't know. Maybe a bigger team needing more resources?
AM is more established and has their tech down. But I do like that AnimSchool is widening the field of options for people to learn animation. Having the competition of other schools out there will hopefully keep all the school on their feet and innovating.
the animation from video is sooooooo alive to similar to 2D animations with smears, and good stuff i liked!
Greed.Kidding. AM students do seem to consistently produce some of the best animation work out there. Just has that something extra that the other schools students don't. Though I admit its early days for the competition. Also maybe they have a higher quality of mentors. There seems to be alot of Pixar animators at AM (at least when I was there) which could well be reflected in the price and also the quality of the student animation.But i'm guessing. Maybe JD could ask Sean :P (kidding)
Wow! Just has a look through the entire videos. If that Principles video is a true reflection of the general quality of the lecture videos at AnimSchool then that is very impressive! And i'm not just talking about the quality of the character animation. IMHO its much more interesting and educational than the somewhat dry and overly theory based videos I remember from AM. Though it has been over 5 years since I was a student there so maybe they've changed.
I don't think that's any of my business. So no, I won't ask. :)
the Animation in the first video is super awesome I like it soooooooooo much ... thanks JD
Between Anim Mentor, iAnimate and Animschool, I think that it's just a matter of time before one of them opens a campus for students to attend while still having remote instructors. I think they're competing less with eachother and more with traditional art schools which are charging often 2-4x more tuition and don't have a single teacher with the same experience as the average mentor at the 3 online companies.
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