Blue Cliff College: Esthetics Program: Shreveport, LA #blue #cliff #college, #skin


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Esthetics Program

Evolve Your Skincare Artistry at Blue Cliff College

Indulge your love of beauty, skin care and cosmetics by enrolling in the Esthetics Program at Blue Cliff College. Teach people how to feel happier in their own skin (literally!). As an esthetician, you are a skincare artist, a scientist, and an educator—people look to you to show them the best way to care for their most important feature. When you make recommendations about the best products for your clients for their skin, you’re not just creating a customized care plan—you’re also teaching people how to present themselves with confidence.

Learn How to Succeed as an Esthetician with Training at Blue Cliff College

Whether you work in a medical office or a spa setting, you can provide your clients with a touch of luxury and highly personalized attention. Blue Cliff College s Esthetics Program gives you the scientific knowledge, artistic principles, and strong customer-service skills you’ll need to succeed as an esthetician.

When you study at Blue Cliff s Esthetician School, you’ll become familiar with the industry’s professional standards, including the legal and ethical responsibilities of workers who interact physically with their clients. The engaging environment at Blue Cliff is designed to help you develop core skillsets in the art of esthetics.

Once you complete the 780 clock hour Esthetician Program, you can come away with a diploma and are eligible to sit for the esthetician exam to gain licensure. Once licensed, you’ll be ready to find entry-level positions with a spa, salon, department store, cruise line, or cosmetics company.
Daily tasks for an esthetician may include:

  • analyzing the skin care needs of your customers
  • discussing treatments and products
  • performing facials, skin care treatments, body wraps, pore cleansing and exfoliating treatments
  • advising on skin care and makeup techniques
  • promoting skin care products as a cosmetics-company representative

Become a Part of the Beauty Industry with Training from Blue Cliff College

The Esthetician Program is ideal for students who enjoy being a part of the larger beauty industry while interacting with people and helping them look and feel their best. Enroll now if you enjoy bringing beauty and happiness to others around you.

If you have more questions on the esthetician program, contact us here

Campuses with Esthetician Programs in Louisiana

Currently this program is available at these campuses:

Licensing and Accreditation Information

Blue Cliff College maintains current certification and accreditation so you know you’re learning skills that are valued in your field. We are:

  • Licensed by the Louisiana State Board of Cosmetology
  • Accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC) ‡

‡ The Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges, (ACCSC) is a recognized accrediting agency by the US Department of Education.

More About Careers As An Esthetician

For more information about a career as a Esthetician, please visit the U.S. Department of Labor’s O*NET website. The Standard Occupational Code (SOC) for the career 39-5094.00 and the Classification of Instructional Programs (CIP) code for this program is 12.0409.

What Does the Esthetics Program at Blue Cliff College Cost?

At Blue Cliff College, we’re committed to providing quality training while also preparing you to start your career as an esthetician as soon as possible.


12/10/2017

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List of Animation Techniques #animation #techniques,types #of #animation


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Animation Techniques

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I’ve listed here the major animation techniques used today.
Each is listed with an example that you can look up.
Some of them, especially in the StopMotion section, are general terms, and have as many sub-techniques as there are imaginative people.

2D Animation Techniques

  • Classic, hand drawn animation – Disney’s Lion King.
  • Cut outs – Monty Python (see also in stop motion and in 3D. This technique crosses all barriers!)
  • Rotoscope – Waking Life
  • Flip book – Keith Haring has made some famous ones.

Computer Assisted Animation (2D)

This term refers to all types of animation that use a computer somewhere in the process.
One could argue that this means ALL ANIMATION today.
Mostly we use it to describe the tools that have come to replace pencil, paper and film, for example:

  • Flash animations – Many TV series are now done in Flash, check out this example.
  • Coloring and layering hand drawn animation using a computer
  • Drawing directly into an animation software with a Pen Tablet

3D Animation Techniques

  • 3D animation- Pixar’s Up, Toy Story
  • Stereoscopic 3D – Coraline, Avatar
  • CGI cut out – South Park
  • Motion Capture (an aid tool for 3D animators)- Final Fantasy, Avatar, Gollum in Lord of the Rings.
  • Morphing (If you’re old enough to remember the changing faces in Michael Jackson’s Clip Black or White? that’s Morphing.)

Stop Motion Techniques

  • Clay or Plasticine (“claymation”)- Nick Park’s Wallace and Gromit
  • Real Clay animation (and lot’s of other stuff you won’t suspect)- Jan Svankmajer’s Dimensions of Dialogue
  • Puppet animation- Tim Burton and Henry Selick’s The Nightmare Before Christmas
  • Pixilation – Peter Gabriel’s music video “Sledgehammer”
  • Cut outs – Daniel Greave’s Flat World is a stunning combination of classic hand drawings with cut outs.

Types of Animation that are done on a light table, shot frame by frame under a camera:

  • Sand animation – This is sometimes done as a performance art, shown live for an audience, and sometimes it’s stop framed into proper film.
  • Oil colors – Caroline Leaf’s The Street, and the frankly-unbelievable Old Man and the Sea by Alexander Petrov.
  • Plasticine – Ishu Patel’s Afterlife

Types of animation named after a software

Some types of animation are named after the software used to create them.
Flash animation has come to mean a certain kind of graphic look and feel, which has also spawned the pleading request “Can you make it NOT look like Flash, PLEASE!”

  • GIF animations – GIF is a type of file format, used for small, light weight animations with no more than a few frames.
  • After Effects animation – usually means either cut outs done in After Effects, or animation done with the program’s Puppet Tool (which is amazing, BTW).
  • Blender, Mudbox, and Maya – all names of 3D animation softwares.
  • Pivot stick figure – A freeware for making stick figure animations. So simple, and so popular!

I’m sure there’s more

I hope I’ve covered all the major topics.
If I’ve missed something – do drop me a line!

Cut-out animation rages through the ages – From Lotte Reiniger to Waltz with Bashir

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22/08/2017

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Interior Design #fit, #interior #design,space, #drafting #techniques, #computer #modeling, #lighting, #materials,


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Interior Design

Create spaces people love to live, work, and play in

Interior design is more than just arranging furniture. It has evolved into a multifaceted profession dealing with complete environments that not only please, but enhance the health and safety of the user. Like other interior design programs, we encourage creative vision and develop your design skills—but creativity alone wont make you a successful working interior designer. At FIT, we emphasize the practical skills you need to get your project done. By the time you graduate, you’ll be able to envision great spaces — and know how to build them, too.

FIT’s Interior Design program has been preparing students for success for more than 50 years. This rigorous, multidisciplinary program combines the academic study of the history and theory of interior design with practical, hands-on projects. You’ll collaborate with leading practitioners in New York City, the design capital of the world. In classes taught by industry professionals, you’ll learn drafting techniques, computer modeling, lighting, and materials and methods, with an emphasis on sustainability and user health and safety.

  • FIT’s Interior Design programs are accredited by the Council for Interior Design Accreditation (CIDA).
  • Courses meet National Certification for Interior Design Qualification (NCIDQ) Exam and New York State certification (Certified Interior Designer) eligibility requirements.
  • With about 400 students, FIT’s Interior Design program is the largest of its kind in New York City.
  • Professional-level facilities include a lighting laboratory, design graphics reproduction center, and model-making shop.
  • Projects cover a wide range of interior spaces, including residences, hotels and restaurants, stores, historic settings, hospitals, and supportive housing.

In this program, you’ll:

  • work with New York interior designers, lighting and graphic designers, and architects in internships at top firms such as Gensler, Interior Architects, and the Rockwell Group.
  • network with industry professionals and work with fellow students on Interior Design Club projects.
  • practice your skills on class projects that include residential, corporate, retail, hospitality, and institutional settings.

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