2020 fusion training dates

2020 releases new training dates

2020 has released new instructor-led level 1 and level 2  training dates released for February.

2020 Training Dates…

February 11th 

2020 Fusion: Bronze Level Training

Ashford

Contact: 01233 649625

uktraining@2020spaces.com

February 12th

2020 Fusion: Silver Level Training

Ashford

Contact: 01233 649625

uktraining@2020spaces.com

February 18th 

2020 Fusion: Bronze Level Training

Bolton

Contact: 01233 649625

uktraining@2020spaces.com

 February 19th 

2020 Fusion: Silver Level Training

Bolton

Contact: 01233 649625

uktraining@2020spaces.com

February 24th  – Level one

February 25th – Level Two

February 26th – Level Three

 February 27th – Rendering Masterclass

To book online 2020 training go to 

https://www.2020spaces.com/training/2020fusion/instructor-led-online-training/#classes

Improve your renderings with 2020’s Masterclass

2020 has also added a Rendering Masterclass to its monthly 2020 Fusion instructor-led online training courses.

This course is for designers who have a basic knowledge of 2020 Fusion and want to enhance their skills to create renderings that stand out from the competition.  Participants will learn about lighting, adding textures and effects and producing 360° Panoramic views.  The course covers:

How to manage lighting 

·         Less is more, do we need lights at all?

·         Adding light fittings from the Universal lighting catalogue

·         Adding hidden lighting from the Universal lighting catalogue

Utilising the best textures (2020 Cloud)

Post render effects

Producing 360° Panoramic views

2020 Fusion Portfolio

Course dates; Jan 23, Feb 27, Mar 26, April 30, May 29. June 25.  To book go to https://www.2020spaces.com/training/2020fusion/instructor-led-online-training/

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