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archimage3d
03-18-2005, 05:47 AM
I found out about this purely by chance....but it looks like it could be really good!

Special rate if you book today also!

" See the new features of LightWave 8.2 and get some hot tips from the LightWave experts at our MasterClass event. The event is suitable for both new and experienced LightWave users.

8 April 2005: LightWave MasterClass Event


AGENDA
09:30 Registration
10:00 The broadcast industry - Jola
10:15 LightWave 8.2 new features and whats coming - Andy Bishop
10:45 Break
11:00 Modelling - Simon Coombs
12:00 Building & Texturing - Simon Percy
13:00 Lunch
14:00 Character Rigging and Character Design - Greg Cox
15:00 Building Virtual Studios - Mark Wellband
15:30 Break
15:45 Hypervoxels & RadioZity - Andy Bishop
17:00 Break


VENUE: Mollinere Studios, Fouberts Place, Off Carnaby Street, London W1 Cost: 50 inc. VAT (Special early bird price 35 if you book before 18 March) To Register: email [email protected] or phone Sarah Black on 020 8358 6668

PRESENTER PROFILES:

Jola, Graphics Manager at Mollinere, will talk about production schedules and how to put them together.

Andy Bishop has been involved in numerous TV shows and films including Powers, Horizon, Equinox, BBC News, The Wedding Date and Ancient Cataclysms. He will be demonstrating the new features of LightWave, plus a session on Hypervoxels & RadioZity.

Simon Coombs will be demonstrating how to model in 3D, drawing on his experiences working on Star Trek: Voyager, Starship Troopers, GoldenEye and numerous other films.

Simon Percy will be demonstrating building and texturing and layout of sets drawing from his knowledge from projects such as Powers, Horizon, Bloody Britian, Lost In Space, BBC News 24 logos.

Greg Cox will be giving you an insight into character rigging and character design. Greg was a Technical Artist on the recent Xbox hit Sudeki and has worked on numerous projects including Horizon and Equinox.

Mark Wellband will be showing you how to integrate CG programs to build "Virtual Studios".



Mark