Hey Luiz - This is actually a follow-up article from a previous one where some readers suggested that NFS post a sample of the course content here for people to see so they can make a more informed decision about MUSE. So Robert reached out to us about sharing a module, we thought it was a good idea and so he did just that. He also took the whole course and wrote about this for folks who might be interested in learning more about storytelling.
Much like news about the latest camera or a new piece of software that might be helpful in post, I believe Robert wrote this so NFS readers can check it out to make their own decision to see whether it's the right fit for them or not. After all isn't that why we have community and online forums - so we can share and talk about things that are of interest to the group?
Thanks for joining us Walter. I think it would be great for you to come back and let others know what you think of MUSE (good or bad), share your thoughts and perhaps help others decide whether that is the right fit for them or not. We, as well as some folks here I'm sure, would love to know what you think.
And if you get the MIMIC maybe you can let us know how that works too :)
Thanks for the support friend :)
Hey Thomas - Thanks for the suggestion. We believe firmly in MUSE and the incredible value it brings so it is our hope that others will see that as well. As a studio we've released tons of free education on our blog so we have a history of how we educate and the quality / depth of the content.
We are also asking folks who have enrolled and logged into the course to share some insight into how they feel the price correlates to the value they feel it brings to their understanding and application of story. I'm sure others would also like to hear that as well.
Hey Donovan, would love to hear what you think of it!
I appreciate you sharing your perspective on this, thank you.