The Gnomon School of Visual Effects has announced Gnomon Master Classes 2014: the latest of its programs of exclusive online classes hosted by leading visual effects and games artists.
This year’s Master Classes take place from 23 June to 6 July, during which time, participants can view the 14 two-hour HD video workshops on demand and take part in discussions with the instructor and other students.
Inspiration and expert advice for CG artists of all types
The sessions cover the CG pipeline from end to end, from speedpainting in Photoshop to problem solving with Nuke, by way of creature design, environment modelling, character animation and technical FX.
Gnomon describes the sessions as “a great opportunity to learn from the industry’s masters and gain insight into their technique, thought process and workflow”.
Entry costs $295 for all 14 classes, with a $30 discount if you sign up before 6 June and $20 off for students.
Read more about Gnomon Master Classes 2014 online
(Includes a full list of instructors and a link to buy tickets)
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