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ART (Authorized Rhino Trainer) candidates are required to submit a video, 5-10 minutes in duration or 5+ page tutorial on Rhino or a Rhino plug-in. Below are the some examples and recommendations.
Here are some very good examples, to help you to plan your final ART project:
Please DropBox the video or tutorial to Pascal Golay. We will review it and send back any corrections. Please make corrections and resubmit. Repeat until the video is tuned up and officially accepted as your ART project.
The ART requirement of McNeel Level 1 & 2 training is designed to teach you to teach Rhino, not learn it. You should already know Rhino very well and be looking to support and teach Rhino.
On-Demand will help you prepare for the class, but it will not fulfill the Level 1 or Level 2 requirement. Level 1 and Level 2 can be taken on a no charge space available basis in the Seattle, Miami, or regional McNeel offices.
Evaluation During Rhino Level 2 In this final Level 2 in our classroom, you are evaluated for Rhino skills and knowledge. Some ARTs do not pass and have to take the class a second time. Another option is to prepare by doing the Level 2 online before coming to Seattle.
McNeel Regions Your McNeel Regional Office may have special requirements for your ART. Please contact your region and inquiry about any special requirements or restrictions. Find the contact in your McNeel Regional Office here.
Submit Video and Apply! It generally take 6-12 month for users to get all the ART requirements done. Please email Mary Fugier with any additional questions. Thanks for considering becoming an ART.