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Stan Winston School Of Character Arts Introduces Trial Subscriptions

World-renowned online Creature FX school now offers three-day, all access insider sneak peaks

Stan Winston School of Character Arts (SWSCA), the premier source of online education, training and products that teach the art and science of character creation, announces today that it will now offer free three-day trials to all new subscribers.

“Stan Winston is a name synonymous with craftsmanship, storytelling and entertainment,” says Winston’s son, Matt Winston, co-founder of Stan Winston School. “My father’s groundbreaking work has brought us some of the most iconic fantasy characters in motion picture history, from ALIENS’ alien queen to PREDATOR’s alien hunter, from the killer cyborgs of the TERMINATOR series to the killer dinosaurs of the JURASSIC PARK franchise. In an effort to keep his legacy of creativity alive, we want to give everyone the opportunity to learn firsthand the work that goes into creating these memorable monsters.

That’s why we’re offering all new subscribers to SWSCA a three-day free trial to see for themselves how their favorite movie monsters are made, totally risk free,” Winston adds. New users can select from a variety of monthly or yearly subscription plans and can cancel at anytime during the first 3 days with absolutely no penalty.

Free trials are currently available for the following subscriptions:

1. Annual subscription: $299.99 Unlimited Lessons/Annual Renewal – Best Value
2. The Master: $49.99 Unlimited Lessons/Monthly Renewal
3. The Journeyman: $29.99 7 Lessons/Month – Unlimited Views – Monthly Renewal
4. The Apprentice: $19.99 4 Lessons/Month – Unlimited Views – Monthly Renewal

Stan Winston School of Character Arts is the only school in the world that offers on demand access to training by the top professionals in the special effects and character creation industries. In partnership with Hollywood’s top effects artists and studios, SWSCA develops, produces, and distributes ultra-high quality online art and creature effects video tutorials that teach the innovative processes used to create cinema’s most memorable characters. These streaming, high definition lessons cover the full spectrum of Creature FX techniques, from traditional methods to the state-of-the-art hybrid practical/digital approaches used in today’s special effects blockbusters. With new training videos, free mini-lessons, exclusive interviews & behind-the-scenes features added every week, SWSCA offers its students in-depth, one-of-a-kind content that cannot be found anywhere else.

About The Stan Winston School of Character Arts
Stan Winston School of Character Arts is an educational media company dedicated to teaching the art and science of character creation. SWSCA is partnered with Hollywood’s top effects artists and studios to develop, produce, and distribute ultra-high quality online Creature FX video tutorials teaching the innovative techniques and processes used to create cinema’s most memorable characters. SWSCA’s online educational content is subscription-based and covers the full spectrum of character effects, from traditional methods to the state-of-the-art hybrid practical/digital approach that has become the cornerstone of today’s box office hits.

https://www.stanwinstonschool.com/

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