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Full Sail University (Computer Animation)
Hello all! My name is Sarah and I am a professional animator and illustrator, typically for video games. I started off my career teaching myself illustration in multiple styles, ranging from Disney-esque style to anime. However, I also had a passion for video games, so I took that passion and the skills I learned in illustration and got myself a degree in computer animation.
I have a lot of experience in teaching because I took a half a year to teach at public schools, then switched over to teach video game design and 3d modeling and animation. This makes me very comfortable with teaching you anything you would like to know about art and video games. What I really love about teaching is that all my students share the same passion that I do, so the learning process becomes fun!
I've worked for many companies ranging from game studios to advertisement studios doing 2D/3D animation and design. My most recent job was actually teaching 3D Modeling and Animation as well as Game Design to teens between 13-18 where I taught students how to take a concept and turn it into a game or animation.
Please feel free to contact me for lessons at any time! I absolutely love working alongside people who want to learn. I will cater to your learning style and let you choose when and how you want to learn. Hello all! My name is Sarah and I am a professional animator and illustrator, typically for video games. I started off my career teaching myself illustration in multiple styles, ranging from Disney-esque style to anime. However, I also had a passion for video games, so I took that
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