We’ve been receiving a lot of questions about the upcoming workshop in LA, so I figured I should post some basics.
Two weeks ago, Cynthia and I were in LA meeting with some friends in the industry and scouting out the details for the Master Class workshop. Everything looked great and so we are now finalizing the minutiae. What I can tell you right now is that the class is intended to be in early September in Los Angeles. It will be a full one day intensive.
While we intend to make it easy for people who are new to Vue to consume the content of the Class, this is an intermediate-advanced level workshop aimed at professionals in the TV and film industries.
The entire learning experience is tailored very specifically to tight production scenarios – limited workforce, limited budget, limited time. This is where Vue can shine – and if you find that a surprising sentence, this Class will definitely open your eyes to some lesser known secrets of the software.
Over the course of the last 5 years, I have travelled to various environments to study nature in Vue’s terms, which has helped empower all the QuadSpinner products and training you may have seen. In the first half of the class, I will be teaching the methods of creation (terrain, HyperTerrains, vegetation, materials, etc.) those expeditions have borne. Several new techniques of creating HyperTerrains will be taught as well.
In the second half, a detailed tour through Vue’s Function Editor – the place where most of the real work takes place – as well as the Renderer will show you the power of Vue when it comes to being flexible. I will be showing special techniques that can help bring per-frame render times down to a tiny fraction.
And those are just the larger subjects. The entire Class is based on new techniques, new technologies, and existing stuff that has been reconfigured to meet the needs of film/TV production.
If you’re interested in attending this event, or would like more information, please email email@example.com. Please note that there will be limited seats.
Studios interested in reserving multiple seats, you can ask for group discounts.