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Number One Novedge Webinar: Killer Rendering Tips for V-Ray and Rhino

novedge-logoDave Schultze is proud to announce that his video tutorial, ‘Killer Rendering Tips for V-Ray and Rhino‘ is now the #1 webinar of all-time for Novedge.com. Originally recorded in December 2014, the webinar has been viewed by more people than all of the other 203 webinars produced to date.

“Dave’s tips and tricks will not just improve your skill, but foster your inspiration,”  stated Barbra D’Aloisio, the Novedge Marketing and Social Media Manager. “One thing is knowing the software, another thing is to be able to deliver this knowledge. That is when you know you met a great teacher. ”

Novedge is a leading online software store for design professionals. They have been helping designers get better with their digital tools since their first webinar was released in 2010. You can check out the full list of all 203 webinars at the Novedge Webinar directory.

Dave Schultze is an award-winning industrial designer and founder of schultzeworks designstudio. He has been teaching 3D visualization at OTIS College of Art and Design since 2000 and has authored nine courses for lynda.com. Dave also offers Rhino and V-Ray training for corporate clients, groups, and individuals. To get in touch, visit the training page at Dave’s Professor3d website.

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lynda.com Animation Course has Fantastic Start

In its first week of release, the course “Animation with Rhino and Bongo” is going crazy! Its the best launch of any Rhino course I have done for lynda.com. So far, over 600 people in 56 countries have seen it. That is A LOT for a two-hour & 30-minute commitment.

If you don’t have a lynda.com account, you can still preview 10% of any course. If you would like to join, it’s only $25 / month or unlimited viewing. Here’s a link for a free 10-day trial. Nice!

Now under development, the next course will be quite a bit different. It’s a new ‘mini-course’ format, where the work is focused on a single project and is completed in less than one hour. The goal is to let people ‘jump in & out’ and be able to finish it during a lunch hour. Stay tuned.

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