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Now available: My New Basic Motion Course

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I’m thrilled to announce that my new basic Motion course is now available.

If you want to get up and running with Motion, this is a great way to learn the basics.

Click here to learn more about the basic Motion course!

The course is over 3.5 hours long and contains 26 videos. As you go through the course, you’ll complete three different projects from scratch.

And I designed the projects to cover the basics of Motion.

Anyway, I hope you love it.

Go take a look if you haven’t already.

7 thoughts on “Now available: My New Basic Motion Course

  1. I’ve only watched the first few lessons, but I can tell this is going to be a very useful course. I’ve used Motion for a couple of years. Mostly I’ve learned in a random pattern just picking up things as I needed them. I’m really looking forward to a structured learning approach.

    Thanks for all the work you put in to make this available.

    1. Thanks for the comment, Ross. Once you’ve been through the whole thing, please let me know what you thought… I did my best to make it useful for someone starting from the very beginning (or close to it).

      1. I will let you know. Right now I’m watching the entire series, then I’ll go back and watch it again following along in Motion. It seems I learn better that way.

        I’ve already learned how to solve one problem I had when trying to lengthen a Generator. I didn’t know about using a marker like that. That trick alone is worth the price for me.

  2. You hit it out of the park again, Izzy! I enjoyed the three-project lesson approach, as each explained, and more importantly demonstrated, fundamental features/functions of Motion. Your style is relaxed and informative — almost as if a friend was sitting next to me explaining the program!

    This course clearly makes me look forward to the Advanced Motion Course (it’s in the queue, right?!).

    Congrats, Izzy.

  3. I wish this Motion Basic course had been around before I purchased the tutorials from Ripple (which are great for more advanced users) . You have a really great way of explaining basic concepts and in particular what all those individual options do in a way that nobody has been able to until now.

    Your Basic Motion course should be the first course people buy before they invest in more Motion training.

    A couple of constructive suggestions. Make each project file you created also available as a download for people who bought this course. Sometimes I want to jump ahead and learn something specific and there is no way to do that if I don’t recreate every action you make. Since this course was released so recently and purchased after the 5.2. release add one video as a free download highlighting some of the key differences for 5.2 as this was a major release with new features and changes. If there are any changes in how you work with 5.2 vs 5.1 that would be interesting to share as well.

    Hope you release another Motion course with even more example projects as this is the best way to learn any application. My biggest struggles with Motion initially were understanding what all those options represented, key frames, and 3d space. Your Basic Motion course has made me more confident and improved my skills — but more examples would be even more helpful here.

    Very happy that you provide this Motion course. Can’t wait for more!

    1. Mark, this is great feedback. Thanks so much for taking the time to share it. :)

      And thanks for being a customer!

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