Search form

Tagged With: Artists

Artists Headline News

Gnomon Workshop: Live! Set for March 31-April 1

The Gnomon Workshop is presenting its fifth workshop weekend, March 31 and April 1, 10:00-7:00 pm, Sound Stage 15, next door to the Gnomon School of VFX, 1015 N. Cahuenga Blvd., Hollywood, 90038.

Artists Headline News

Corel Painter X Blurs Line Between Traditional & Digital Art

Corel Corp. announced the availability of Corel Painter X. The latest version of Corel Painter continues its focus on giving professional artists, designers and photographers a natural painting and illustration experience that is unmatched by any other software.

Artists Headline News

Illustrators & Matte Artists Union IATSE Local 790 Taps modo

Luxology's modo has been selected as a digital tool for use by members of the Illustrators and Matte Artists Union IATSE Local 790. modo got the nod due to its artist friendly workflow and ability to work seamlessly in downstream production pipelines consisting of multiple digital art tools. As part of the arrangement, Luxology will offer IATSE Local 790 members a specially priced customized bundle of modo software and learning materials that provides a range of 2D and 3D functionality on both the PC and Mac platforms.

Artists Events

GirlsDrawinGirls: A Girl In Time

By Guest (not verified) | Saturday, January 20, 2007 at 11:00am
Begins: January 20, 2007

It's the premiere opening of "Girls Drawin Girls," a gallery exhibit showcasing sexy pinup art by female artists, most of whom are animators for "The Simpsons," "Futurama," "South Park," and Nickelodeon.

This is the female take on the female form. Further, it's a chance to finally put the spotlight on female artists in an industry which is historically male dominated. A book showcasing the art is currently in the works. Meet the artists! Don't forget your party shoes!

Where: Pehrspace (http://pehrspace.org/location/index.html) 325 Glendale Blvd. Los Angeles, CA

When:

Color Headline News

D2 Software Offers NUKE v4.6

Integrated Truelight color management, optical flow re-timing and support for Intel-based Mac systems highlight the latest version of the NUKE high-end compositor. Like previous versions, 4.6 includes cutting edge technologies developed to solve particular production problems faced by NUKE users and makes the tools available to artists everywhere.

Highlights include:

Television Headline News

Family Guy Exhibit Opening at the Museum Of Television & Radio

By Rick DeMott | Wednesday, November 8, 2006 at 12:00am

20th Century Fox Television Licensing & Merchandising presents What The Deuce Are You Staring At!?! A Collection of Interpretive Work Inspired by FAMILY GUY, the first Pop Surrealist exhibition of new works inspired by a television series. Featuring the new pieces of twenty-one emerging artists, the exhibit remains on public view through January 21, 2007, when it will embark on a world tour of animation galleries around the globe.

Artists Headline News

Gnomon Workshop: Live! Set for Dec. 2-3

The fourth Gnomon Workshop: Live! will take place Dec. 2-3, 2006, 10:00 am -7:00 pm, Sound Stage 15, next door to the Gnomon School of Visual Effects, 1015 N. Cahuenga Blvd., Hollywood 90038.

The cost is $125. Purchase tickets online and bring a printed copy of your order confirmation and valid driver's license to the event. Please do not select shipping options, as they will not be issuing a printed ticket. Gnomon recommends reserving early.

Effects Headline News

Guava Ventures Into Casper’s Scare School

Visual effects studio Guava made its first foray into effects for feature films with CASPERS SCARE SCHOOL, an entirely CG movie finished in HD that premiered Oct. 20 on Cartoon Network.

Guava vfx supervisor Alex Catchpoole completed 20 shots for the movie, including adding smoke to several shots, digitally re-lighting several scenes, and adding lens distortion and digital broken glass to a telescope shot.

Festival Events

11th Annual Not Still Art Festival

By Guest (not verified) | Saturday, October 7, 2006 at 11:00am
Begins: October 7, 2006

Not Still Art Festival is an international screening of abstract and non-narrative electronic motion imaging with music/sound design. The Not Still Art Festival was first organized in 1996 by video artist, Carol Goss, to provide a forum for video artists, electronic animators, musicians/sound artists working in non-narrative forms.

Artists Events

ADAPT 2006 Conference

By Guest (not verified) | Saturday, September 23, 2006 at 11:00am
Begins: September 23, 2006

Advanced Digital Art Production Techniques (ADAPT) is launching the first edition of a new conference aimed to bring world leading international & local digital art masters under one roof in Montreal. Presented by Digital 04 studios, the ADAPT 2006 Conference will take place Sept. 23-24 at the Hyatt Regency Hotel.

Animation Headline News

SOFTIMAGE|CAT v.2.5 Now Available

Softimage Co. announced the worldwide availability of SOFTIMAGE|CAT v. 2.5, the popular plug-in for Autodesk 3ds Max software. The SOFTIMAGE|CAT software is a complete character animation system with a unique toolset allows artists to animate quickly in a flexible environment. Part of Avids recent asset acquisition of Character Animation Technologies Ltd., SOFTIMAGE|CAT version 2.5 is the latest update to the newest member of the Softimage suite of character production tools, and is currently deployed in the game development, film and post industries.

Artists Headline News

Digital-Tutors Releases Rendering Techniques in XSI Training

Digital-Tutors announced the availability of RENDERING TECHNIQUES IN XSI, the newest release in an expanding library of interactive video-based training for emerging digital artists. Artists will learn innovative techniques and a unique approach to rendering in XSI and compositing using the integrated FX Tree. RENDERING TECHNIQUES IN XSI provides over 2.5 hours of project-based training to increase the artist's productivity and understanding of rendering and compositing while using the powerful tools and features in XSI.

Disney Events

Legendary Disney Artists

By Guest (not verified) | Friday, September 1, 2006 at 11:00am
Begins: September 1, 2006

The ASIFA-Hollywood Animation Archive is presenting an exhibit of drawings by legendary Disney artists, including Milt Kahl, Bill Tytla, Freddie Moore, Grim Natwick, Les Clark, Ub Iwerks, Art Babbitt, Marc Davis, Preston Blair, John Lounsbery, Ward Kimball, John Sibley, Norm Ferguson and more.

On display are sketches from Disney's earliest days (ALICE IN CARTOONLAND, OSWALD THE LUCKY RABBIT), the early sound era (MICKEY MOUSE, SILLY SYMPHONIES) through the classic features (SNOW WHITE, PINOCCHIO, SLEEPING BEAUTY).

Artists Headline News

Digital-Tutors Releases Next-Gen Game Techniques in XSI

Digital-Tutors announced the availability of NEXT-GENERATION GAME TECHNIQUES IN XSI, a comprehensive resource for game artists and the newest release in an expanding library of interactive video-based training for emerging digital artists. Artists can now learn innovative and popular techniques being use in next-generation games in an interactive and self-paced setting.

Artists Headline News

Raid Projects Needs Artist In Residency

Raid Projects is looking for an artist to fill the September, October and November Artist In Residency space. Previously approved artists will get priority, but all artists are encouraged to apply.

For periods of three or six months residents are provided with living accommodations, a studio and during the last month of their stay a well-publicized solo exhibition. During the residency Raid facilitates residents to establish working professional links in the L.A. art world and to bring curators, critics and collectors to see the solo show privately.

Artists Events

TOP CONTEMPORARY ARTISTS TO APPEAR AT SAN DIEGO COMIC-CON INTERNATIONAL

By Guest (not verified) | Wednesday, July 19, 2006 at 11:00am
Begins: July 19, 2006

TOP CONTEMPORARY ARTISTS TO APPEAR AT SAN DIEGO COMIC-CON INTERNATIONAL:

From Van Eaton Galleries, The Largest Selection of Original Animation Production Art Anywhere In The World

Hollywood, Calif.--Van Eaton Galleries of Sherman Oaks, will be showcasing four of the top artists in their field at their booth, Number 501, in Exhibit Hall A at the San Diego Comic-Con International.

Artists Headline News

Digital-Tutors Releases UV Layout in XSI Training

Digital-Tutors released UV LAYOUT IN XSI, a comprehensive guide to learning the fundamentals of UV layout with in XSI and the latest release in a growing library of interactive training for emerging digital artists. Containing more than three hours of project-based training, UV LAYOUT IN XSI provides artists with time-saving UV mapping techniques, creative workflow and a firm understanding of XSI's UV tools. A 30-day trial version of SOFTIMAGE|XSI Foundation is also included, allowing artists immediate access to explore the software.

Artists Headline News

ADAPT 2006 Brings Digital Art Masters to Montreal

Advanced Digital Art Production Techniques (ADAPT) is launching the first edition of a new conference aimed to bring world leading international & local digital art masters under one roof in Montreal. Presented by Digital 04 studios, the ADAPT 2006 Conference will take place Sept. 23-24 at the Hyatt Regency Hotel.

Pages