UGM LONDON: CLAY FOR THE QUEEN
The Pixologic Team and special guest Scott Eaton are set to visit the Courthouse Doubletree in London for an evening of digital clay exploration on January 24th, 2013 at 7pm. This is a rare opportunity to sit with members of The Pixologic Team and get your info straight from the source. Be there as we venture over The Pond for this special occasion and showcase the newest additions to ZBrush 4R5, demonstrated live by Pixologic.
We hope to see you there and look forward to meeting all of you.
The Courthouse Doubletree
19-21 Great Marlborough Street
London, England, W1F 7HL
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SPACE IS EXTREMELY LIMITED. AGAIN, SPACE IS EXTREMELY LIMITED TO A TOTAL OF ONLY 88 SEATS. If you sign up for this rare opportunity it is imperative that you attend. Failure to attend will cost others the chance to take part. In this regard, Pixologic has no control over availability of seating and is counting on all of you to honor your commitment to your seats.
Paul Gaboury is Pixologic's Lead 3D Specialist who works with various studios such as Industrial Light & Magic, Ubisoft, Legacy Effects, Disney Animation, Bad Robot, Pixar Animation, etc on enhancing their digital sculpting pipeline using the leading industry application ZBrush. As part of the Pixologic team Paul travels to various studios and schools giving demos on to highlight the various new tools in ZBrush. Paul graduated with a BFA from Bowling Green State University and was an extension student at Gnomon School of Visual Effects.
Scott Eaton is an artist, designer, and anatomy instructor living in London. A long-time ZBrush user, he applies his ZBrush skills to character design and figure sculpting, as well as modelling and character supervision on film projects. Scott is a world-renowned anatomy instructor who teaches widely on the importance of traditional art skills for digital artists. His clients include Pixar, Industrial Light & Magic, Ubisoft, Valve, LucasArts, Sony, Disney, the Mill, Framestore and many other visual effects, animation and games studios.
You can find out more about Scott and his artwork at www.scott-eaton.com.
Scott's presentation will be: From Giants to Goddesses - A look at ZBrush as the ultimate creative tool.