Workshops

On-demand training to specialize

MoGraph Mentor won’t be an online motion graphics school without online motion design courses to support its curriculum. Alongside our motion design mentorship program, we also offer additional resources and motion graphics courses.

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Foundational skills of design & animation

Michael Jones

Are you totally new to the field of motion design? This then online course is designed for you. This will provide you with an overview of the disciplines you need to study to master motion design. 

We’ll look at animation and design principles and how they relate to motion design. We’ll also get you up and running with project files and software demos. This is a beginner level course.

Michael Jones

This course is dedicated to get motion designers up to speed on using Adobe Photoshop & Illustrator. These two programs are capable of an insane number of uses across design, photography, animation, compositing, processing and formatting.

This course will cover drawing, digital painting, mixed media design, flat vector illustrations and more.

Impossible Acoustic

Great motion needs great sound. Learn how sounds are made, what makes good sound design, and designing in Adobe Audition.

Training from the team at Impossible Acoustic will show you the best practices and techniques to create and mix sound design to your visuals. This course will cover Adobe Audition, Sound Designing, and Making Original Sounds.

Steven Savalle

This course is for those who want to become better illustrators. Learning to draw with proper perspective and shading is a useful skill for motion designers who want to make more detailed work.

In this online course Steve Savalle will walk you through perspective drawing, shading basics and using real analog tools to improve the look of your sketches.

Grow your 2d skills

Henrique Barone

Learn traditional animation using Adobe Animate from animator Henrique Barone. Unlock your 2d work by understanding the process of traditional animation in a vector based software. 

Henrique will walk you through 3 projects that will help you understand his entire process.

RObert Huth

Understanding the discipline of character design. Starting with a foundation in basic draftsmanship and progressing to figure drawing, we will take a multi-week journey in exploring this discipline. 

You will learn basic drawing techniques and hear from the world’s top character designers at Disney Animation Studio.

Henrique Barone & Robert Huth

All the techniques, workflows and processes needed to start from the ideation of your original character, all the way through to a fully animated shot. 

We are combining two of our most popular workshops and offering this bundle at a discounted rate.

$398
$279

Sara Wong

Understanding the workflow and mind-set of creating illustrations for motion design execution. Illustrator Sara Wong, will show her technical process, but also discuss her process/mindset in crafting visual art that communicates the associated subject matter.  

This online course is for those who want to create more compelling artwork for their portfolio.

Karen Kuo

Karen Kuo is a Visual Development Artist at Dreamworks TV. In this course she will focus on developing a scene painting. This workshop is for anyone who wants to create better artwork and illustrations for their work.

Karen will also show you the fastest way to develop scenes with convincing environments. This means getting more confident with Adobe Photoshop.

Colin Hesterly

Colin Hesterly is a director with an emphasis on animation and motion design. He has directed spots for many of the world’s biggest brands. This course is all about his approach and process to directing ads and pitching clients.

Along with Director Colin Hesterly you will work through the entire process of scripting, storyboarding and designing.

Kirk Wallace 2d Characters workshop

Kirk Wallace

2d Character Design & Animation

Kirk Wallace has a unique approach to creating appealing 2d characters for animation. His artistic process is brought to you in this exclusive workshop. You’ll learn exactly how Kirk creates beautiful characters and brings them to life in After Effects.

If you want to create better-looking 2d characters for your animations, then this workshop is for you.

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Taylor Jon Peters

Adobe Animate has become an indispensable tool in 2d animation production. The ability to animate in a vector-based workflow is powerful and flexible for motion designers. TJ Peters will teach you the basics of Adobe Animate and walk you through the creation of your own animation. 

Adobe Animate has a basic approach to animation, that once you master it, you can unlock your ideas. 

Unleash your 3d work

Remington Markham

Blender is a powerful, and free, 3d platform that got a major upgrade with version 2.8. With new tools and a realtime rendering engine, Blender has become a premier tool for 3d artists. 

Motion designer Remington Markham uses Blender to create beautiful 3d worlds with appealing characters. In this workshop he’ll walk you through the process of modeling, texturing, rigging, and lighting in Blender.

Paul McMahon

Creating high quality 3d models in Cinema 4d depends on understanding a set of tools and a specific workflow. In this workshop we will show you how to master this process.

Paul McMahon of the RustedPixel will walk you through his 3d modeling process so you can unlock the potential of your 3d work. Go beyond basic shapes and start creating more complex 3d models.

Joey Judkins

Bring your work to life with this character modeling and rigging workshop from Joey Judkins and MoGraph Mentor. You’ll learn everything you need to know to create an original character in Cinema 4D.

Joey will walk you through each step in a clear and concise manner. Once you understand this process you’ll be able to unlock the power of Cinema 4d’s rigging tools and create compelling characters.

Yeti Pictures

Yeti Pictures is an award-winning studio that relies heavily on 3d in their client work. Led by Tony Zagoraios and Thanos Kagkalos, Yeti creates stunning 3d projects. This workshop will show you their process, both technical and artistic. You will learn the key principles they use to create beautiful 3d work. You’ll create your own 3d style frames to put into practice the training they have worked for months to prepare.

Jesus Suarez

Improve and speed up your 3d renderings with this dedicated course to photoreal rendering and texturing in Cinema 4d & Octane Render.

This workshop, created by 3d artist, Jesus Suarez, will provide models and textures and teach you how to achieve photoreal rendering using the Octane Render engine.

Paul McMahon

Mastering UV Textures in Cinema 4d

Making beautiful textures for 3d is the fastest way to give your work an original look. This workshop is dedicated to UV Texturing workflow. Go from 3d to digital painting and back to 3d, for final light & render.

Paul McMahon of the RustedPixel will walk you through his UV texturing process so you can unlock the potential of your 3d work.

Mastering Cinema 4d with Handel Eugene

Handel Eugene

Mastering Cinema 4d Production Techniques

Do you have the basics of Cinema 4d down? Do you want to make your 3d work more compelling and dynamic? If so, then this workshop was created for you.  

This workshop created by artist Handel Eugene, will guide you through his processes and show you his techniques. You will also learn how Handel incorporates the highest quality standards of art, design and photography into his 3d work.

Remington Markham

Motion Designers Guide To Substance

Making more unique 3D textures gives you more control in look development. The suite of tools from Substance are essential for 3d artists looking to have more control over their 3D work.

This guide created by artist Remington Markham, will show you how easy it is to make unique, stylized 3d work using the substance suite of tools. This is meant for motion designers doing commercial and personal work, but applies to game designers as well.

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