Leustante Posted October 12, 2019 Share Posted October 12, 2019 (edited) Greetings, If you are a developer for Mesh, Animation, and Rigging, I am looking to hire a person to train me in Blender. Someone who has experience training is a plus. What I want to Learn: Only the tools I need to rig models to the new animesh skeleton, unwrap UVs. Specific to Second Life common creations such as a mesh rigging. It can be very simple to teach me this. I am not interested in animation. I am not interested in learning anything else in Blender besides very specifically rigging mesh and unwrapping UV on mesh. I am doing this because I am transferring my knowledge of 3Ds Max Autocad to something that isn't necessary for SL since it is very expensive software. I only used 3Ds Max because I was trained in it professionally. (So I am not a complete n00b, I actually have experience doing these things. It won't be hard to teach me. I am not a complete idiot.) Requirements: > Must have access to TeamViewer (Program for streaming sessions and remote screen control) FREE software You must also know how to use this software. This will be how I can tell if you are serious and experienced with training. But if you are, and probably used some other method, I can teach you how to use TeamViewer. > Plenty of experience with Blender and is an active creator for SL > Meet in SL to have an interview and discuss schedule Payment: What you think you should be paid, post here and we can discuss. Terms: At any time you agree that I can cancel at any time if I do not believe I am learning what I need. You'll be paid regardless. Payment is given after each session. (Obviously you'll get paid.) I need time to organize sessions in my busy lifestyle. I work out of my own office but not at home because I am an alien. Becha didn't see that coming. *the voice of vishnu chimes in and tells me that I have no sense of humor and i should be smitten* Let's talk about it, PM me: Leustante Edited October 12, 2019 by Leustante Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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