I’m really excited to announce that the next series of free Autodesk webinars has now been launched.
In this next round of in-depth and informative 1 hour sessions, we are joined by some truly inspirational guest experts. On the 3ds Max side, we have three sessions which are particularly worth registering for. Not least, because they are three amazing companies I genuinely find legendary. Each company has a very strong footprint in the individual worlds of Film, Motion Graphics and Architectural Visualisation and branding.
As a special sneek peek, here’s some beautiful imagery from what they will be discussing with us: (Click to enlarge)
With a huge amount of high-profile VFX projects under their belt – The Amazing Spiderman, Snow White and the Huntsman, and Game of Thrones season 2 (not to mention last year’s Academy award-winning Hugo) I will be joined by Christoph Malessa, VFX Supervisor of Pixomondo's London studio, who will be focusing on shot breakdowns of the spectacular VFX sequences created for George Lucas’ Red Tails.
Technical Director Mike Merron will highlight some of his work across commercials, film, music promos and digital media and will dive into a recent job for Citizen that centred on a single signature slow motion effect of blowing up a whole room.
We will get a chance to look at the recent Olympics in which CrystalCG’s London team of highly-skilled artists were involved. Together, we will explore the breadth of exciting and vibrant work the team at CrystalCG produced, not least the Tron-inspired Velodrome video.
You can register, and view the full session descriptions by clicking on the below link:
Also, the first session is focused around compositing and editing using Smoke 2013, particularly in a 3ds Max pipeline, and workflow. If your involved with editing and compositing, or looking at how they it can assist your workflow, then I would recommend attending this session around the highly anticipated Smoke 2013.
Finally, It’s also worth noting that all of the past webinars were recorded, and are viewable on demand at the above web location. I would particularly recommend the Haymaker and RewindFX webinars if your a 3ds Max user.