Stan Winston School of the Character Arts Recruits New Members

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The world’s largest community of monster fans and creature creators lowers yearly subscription cost by 40%.

Stan Winston School 50% off

SWSCA yearly subscription rates drop dramatically from $499 a year to $299 a year.

The Stan Winston School is committed to bringing the unique craft of character creation and monster making to everyone.

The Stan Winston School of the Character Arts, an educational media company dedicated to teaching the art and science of character creation, announces the dramatic lowering of its yearly membership pricing from $499 a year, to $299 a year. The more “fun” way of putting it is that the school teaches the world how to make monsters. The SWSCA partners with the majority of Hollywood’s top effects artists and studios to develop, produce, and distribute ultra-high quality online art and creature FX video tutorials that teach the innovative techniques and processes used to create cinema’s most memorable characters. These streaming, HD lessons cover the full spectrum, from traditional approaches to the state-of-the-art Hybrid Practical/Digital approaches. With a new tutorial being added almost every week, they cover all the bases leaving no stone unturned. These videos are one-of-a-kind, and not found anywhere else.

While their main focus is on a yearly subscription-based model, and are very proud of the new $299 pricing, there are still other choices available. There is also a month-to-month plan for $49 a month. This plan still grants unlimited access to the entire monster making video library in full streaming HD, just with a non-committal monthly price that can be cancelled anytime. Additionally, if someone just wants to watch a single tutorial, there is an individual per-video streaming option of $19.99 a lesson.

In the end, the Stan Winston School of the Character Arts is committed to bringing the unique craft of character creation and monster making to everyone. Anytime a person finds themselves watching a film and asking, “How’d they do that?” Now that curious soul knows the location for every answer – The Stan Winston School of the Character Arts. These "monster makers" are here to show the world how it’s done.

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