First off, Robert Ramsay is going to talk about his role at Boss Level as the main Graphics Artist there, in charge of making sprites and level maps. Robert’s going to show us some character asset production and rigging, using 3ds Max and more…
Next up, INK is an award winning digital production studio that joins forces with creative agencies, film studios and designers to deliver beautifully crafted digital images, films and advertising for leading international brands. David, Kamen and James will present a variety of work starting with their CGI short for the London Grand Prix by Santander, running through the entire project from storyboard concepts, 3am photography in the streets of London and filming on set with Jenson Button and Lewis Hamilton.
Then a look at their newly released Dogfighters series, an in-house project, which quite simply merges their love of dogs and planes!
This 4 minute video features a behind the scenes look at the latest Call of Duty for the anticipated Xbox One. In this video you get to have a look at Infinity Ward using Maya and 3ds Max to produce the high quality assets.
The team over at Staffordshire University recently showed me their latest Games course showreel. In it, they expertly use the Unreal engine and 3ds Max. I’m sure you will agree it has some impressive content…..
Ken Pimentel, Director, Industry Strategies and Marketing at Autodesk has posted a survey for 3ds Max Entertainment users.
“This survey is for those of you that work in the entertainment side of things (games, film, TV, etc.). Some users work on a range of industries, including entertainment. If you spend more than 25% of your time working with Entertainment productions, then please fill out the survey.
We're going to ask you about 10 questions about your work/role and then no more than 3-4 questions about what things we could improve. Shouldn't take more than a few minutes of your time. Thanks in advance for contributing - Ken“
Take a look behind-the-scenes at Toronto-based, post production company, The Vanity! See how they use Autodesk Flame along with Autodesk Flare and Autodesk Maya to win commercial projects and create stunning work under a tight deadline.