The Christian Science Monitor has published a story on the RabbitHole hologram technology. They used my artwork for the image, and I got a quote in as well. <Story Here>
Gnomon Gallery hologram show. The show will feature some of the best 3d artists on the planet, showing their work the way it was meant to be seen – in full holographic form! RabbitHoles media has printed limited edition prints using their holographic 3d motion technology just for the show.
Show opening August 12th (Tuesday night) starting at 7:30 and will then run for one month. Located in beautiful Hollywood, CA.
More information here: <Gnomon Gallery> <RabbitHoles Media>
I also got a mention in this Computer Graphics World article, "Dimensional Art" by Linda Law.
I spent this month traveling and sharing a bit of CG concepts and knowledge.
First at the Truemax school in Copenhagen, Denmark, where I was a supervisor for the students during their final demo reel creation. There was some really nice work that was created in that class, and it was a lot of fun.
Then to Fresno, California for a week, where I was a guest artist in the California State Universities Summer Arts program – "Animation: creating digital actors" course. The program was very impressive. In just two weeks, the students begin by creating 2D concept art, then digitaly sculpt their characters using both Zbrush and Maya. The students then direct an actor on a motion capture stage and apply the motion to their rigged characters inside of Motion Builder. The animation will then be pre-rendered for a final animation clip. Also, the students will prepare their models to be printed in a 3D printer, to be able to hold the final sculptures in their hands. All of this will be brought together and shown in a final gallery show. Not too shabby. I will provide links to the show once it is available.