Escape Studios has announced the start of a new company called Escape Technology, based in Soho, London. The new company is a dedicated media and entertainment reseller offering consultancy, sales and support of leading IT technologies into Europe’s top CG studios
3D World’s pre-Christmas giveaway continues! Behind door number 13 is some expert training from Escape Studios
Enter the CG academy’s third annual competition for a chance to break into the VFX industry
A new report from training institution Escape Studios shows that workers would be prepared to self fund training or take a cut in pay for career opportunities
Leading CG training academy Escape Studios has announced two new VFX courses: The Compositing Professional and Visual Effects Animation Professional
Escape Studios has launched V-Ray for Max, a brand new online course teaching the concepts, tools and workflows used by the pros
Escape Studios has released it’s latest free tutorial in which VFX tutor Lee Danskin covers Gimbal and rotation order, explaining what it is, what causes it, and the issues it has within animations
Escape Studios has announced a spring promo in which students can get a licence for modo 501 for under £50 while professionals get a free modo kit
Escape Studios has announced that it will be hosting a live Twitter Q&A with The Mill’s Stephen Venning on 4 April
Procedural, developers of CityEngine will be presenting a free half-day seminar in London at Escape Studios, which will include a sneak preview of CityEngine 2011
Escape Studios has posted a new free tutorial for Maya users. Learn how to set up a complex scene and generate lighting effects through volumetric material
The latest work of students taking the Escape Studios Game Art Production course has been posted on Flickr by the training studio.
Escape Studios has released a new free tutorial bundle taken from two of the training institutions online courses: Camera Tracking and Nuke for 3D artists.
Visual effects students set to progress faster and higher in the industry with the launch of Escape Studios’ first MA course
New classroom-based course covers creation of realistic models and environments for games using Maya, Photoshop, ZBrush, CrazyBump and the Unreal engine