Passion, Creativity and Imagination are described at its best when you peep into the artwork of Shyamshriram. He tries to draw and paint almost everyday and believes in sharing one's knowledge amongst people willing to learn. He has been part of the industry for more almost a decade now and began his journey working in a publishing house as an illustrator after completing his Diploma in Applied Arts… His credentials include, working with Anirights and Big Animation studios for 'Little Krishna' TV show and the recently released 'Krishna aura Kans' movie as a color key artist and Matte Painter. His hunger to work on challenging projects made him move to Lucasfilm Animation, Singapore in 2009 and he has been a part of it since then. Currently he is working on 'The Star wars: The Clone Wars' as a Matte Painter.
Hi Abhishek I am new to this site even new to this event can u tell me how to attend this event I know its online but still how to attend ,do i need to subscribe to any of the site and what all configuration and software should my pc have so i can attend this event and when i will come online to this thread and then how to use it It would be very thankful to u if u will help me in geeting my query related to event and by and takecare
i am looking forward for such interaction & great knowledge being shared.also thanks for coming up with such an idea of conducting the seminar online.thats really great..i just hope i am not tied up with some work of mine. thank u
Thanks for the honest feedback..sorry if the session was boring to you..
First of all, its one of the 3 sessions (2 hrs. each) and it was about human skull and basic facial muscles and like i said, anatomy is a very complicated topic and that's NOT our main topic for this webinar too.. so, it's kind of impossible to compare human skull AND animal skulls and talk about the differences between them within just 2 hours...and as you have seen, most of the people were beginners so they were more concerned about software and tools settings etc. and i couldn't just avoid their questions and keep drawing as interaction is must for this kind of session..we need to think about all kind of skill levels here.
It was just a first part of first session of this kind, if we get good response then we can even have a special session about 'Anatomy'.
in future, we CAN think about different sessions for different kind of skill levels if people are interested.
you can clearly see that how many people are really interested in this kind of sessions by the number of replies here even though the session is 'free'.