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Paul Duguay

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Videos 'Using CAT and 3ds Max' Version française

Paul Duguay is an Autodesk Certified Instructor (ACI) who teaches 3D and Multimedia studies at Collège Communautaire du Nouveau-Brunswick – campus de la Péninsule acadienne. Paul has been teaching Autodesk 3ds Max since its early DOS version, when it was then named 3D Studio. Like many creative teachers, Paul uses Autodesk learning content to stimulate discussions in the classroom and to complement his course materials. To further support his students, Paul translated into French the "Using CAT and 3ds Max" video series from the 3ds Max Learning Channel.

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