The training events in central London on Thursday 21 October, and in Manchester on Thursday 28 October, aim to give anyone working in 3D animation an introduction to the groundbreaking software which was used to make films such films as Spider-Man 3 and The Dark Knight.
Those attending can find out hints, tips and tricks from the team and learn about everything from title sequences to MoGraph animations as well as have a working lunch with the experts while they answer any questions.
Appearing on each day will be Jigsaw’s Elliott Smith and Maxon's Managing Directors, Luke and Liam Stacy.
"We wanted to give everyone a chance to see what this amazing piece of kit can do and so decided to have two events. Not everyone finds it easy to get to Central London for an early start so we thought Manchester would be a great alternative," said Elliott Smith from Jigsaw’s 3D team.
To register for the free events, visit www.jigsaw24.com/cinema-4d, or for more information call 03332 409 214 or email 3d@Jigsaw24.com.
The London event will be held at CBI, Centre Point, 103 New Oxford Street, London WC1A 1DU. The Manchester event will be held at Ramada Manchester, Salford Quays, 17 Trafford Road, Manchester M5 3AW.
Jigsaw is billed as a leading provider of IT solutions, consultancy and support services to organisations with creative requirements and is the largest supplier of Apple and Adobe solutions in the UK.
Jigsaw’s broadcast division has a close working relationship with key broadcast players such as Avid, Cineform, DaVinci, Quantum and Sony.
Last month Jigsaw ran a free Final Cut focused event at the Apple Europe offices and Executive Briefing Centre.
(Visit our sister site MacVideo for in-depth details and analysis regarding Final Cut Pro and digital filmmaking.)