See How 3D Artist Use KeyShot at Gnomon Workshop Live

by | Jul 31, 2013 | 0 comments

Buckle your render belts and prepare for take-off, the Gnomon Workshop is coming up and it’s your chance to see 3D artist doing their thing LIVE. Among the 10 artists, you’ll have the opportunity to see two artist who use KeyShot to create their visuals and it’s very likely you’ve heard of them before.

Gnomon Workshop Live

September 21st and 22nd will be a weekend of demos and talks from some of the top talent in the media and entertainment industry. It all happens in Hollywood, California at the Gnomon School of Visual Effects. It goes from 9:00-6:00 each day with each artist getting a two-hour time slot to show and share their artistry and knowledge. Among them are KeyShot users, Vitaly Bulgarov and Dominic Qwek. We’ve featured their work online and in our Gallery and are looking forward to what they have to show at the workshop.

This is perhaps the best opportunity to both meet the artists and see how they go through their workflow, but also ask them questions about the process. It’s less than two months away and you can save $50 off the registration price until Wednesday, August 21st with early bird registration. This will get you in to the two-day event for $200 and students get in for $150. SO worth it. You can sign up here and get more information on the site.

Image: Dominic Qwek

Image: Dominic Qwek

Image: Vitaly Bulgarov

Image: Vitaly Bulgarov

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