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See Marvel artist Till Nowak reveal new CG workflows

Monday, April 11th, 2016 | Posted by Jim Thacker


An animated sequence created by Till Nowak for the thriller Mädchen im Eis (Girl on Ice). The former Marvel Studios concept artist will discuss his unusual workflows at a free event at Gnomon School of Visual Effects.

Former Marvel Studios concept artist Till Nowak will reveal the secrets of his unusual hybrid CG workflows at a free event at Gnomon School of Visual Effects’ Hollywood campus on Thursday 14 April.

The event, designed to showcase the range of solutions required in the art departments on modern movies – and to encourage other artists to experiment more freely their own workflows – will be broadcast free online.

Discover the secrets of unusual new hybrid CG workflows
Till Nowak’s portfolio spans set designs for Aardman Animations’ animated feature Arthur Christmas, music promos, idents, and a range of thought-provoking personal art experiments.

Having recently completed work as a concept artist at Marvel Studios, Nowak will discuss how unconventional techniques speed up work in movie art departments, where visual results matter more than the process used.

In the talk, Nowak will discuss his signature workflows, using camera-mapping and match-moving to create hybrid worlds, providing practical and creative inspiration for artists working on a wide range of other projects.

Free to attend, but register online first
Rethinking Workflow: Inspiring Creative Thinking in 3D takes place at the Gnomon School of Visual Effects in Hollywood from 7.30-9.30pm on Thursday 14 April. The event is free to attend if you register online first.

The presentation will also be broadcast on Gnomon’s Livestream channel, and online viewers will be able to ask questions during the live event via Twitter using the hashtag #gnomon.

Find out more about Rethinking Workflow: Inspiring Creative Thinking in 3D on Gnomon’s website
(Includes the link to register for the session and directions to the venue)

Watch Rethinking Workflow: Inspiring Creative Thinking in 3D

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