I will be giving a lecture at the Gnomon School of Visual Effects as part of an Anatomy Masters evening on the 22nd of October. I will be one of four speakers presenting that evening and admission is free, so you will definitely get your money’s worth! The content is evolving but my talk will focus on comparative anatomy. More details to come….
I will be presenting a two-day Artistic Anatomy Masterclass on 2-3 April 2009, at the Moving Picture Companies screening room in central London, sponsored by Escape Studios . The sessions will be VERY intense (but fun), so get your coffee, notepads and sketchbooks ready. I hope to see you there!
For more information and booking visit Escape Studios’ registration page
The April anatomy masterclass was a great success and every attendee left packed full of new anatomy knowledge. If you missed this course but are interested in attending a future masterclass in London please send me a quick note expressing interest. The more interest there is the sooner I can offer another course. Thanks!
…with excerpts from William Rimmer’s Art Anatomy, 1877, and rare female anatomy plates from Dr. Paul Richer’s Nouvelle Anatomie du Corps Humain, Vol. II , 1920. Both are classics of artistic anatomy and great learning resources.
The first of three of my lessons in Figurative Sculpture is now live on Pixologic’s site.Â This lesson covers the fundamentals of sculpting and studying from reference, and walks through the process of creating the ‘Study of Milon de Crotone‘. If you are interested in figure sculpture check it out. Stay tuned for part II, which will cover sculpting from life, and is closely related to some of the work I am showing at the Tate Modern lecture on the 25th of March.
A special thanks to the Pixologic team who did a fantastic job formating and putting the lesson together.
I will be giving a lecture at the Tate Modern on the 25th of March entitled:
Bits to Atoms – the Process and Evolution of Digital Sculpture
The talk broadly covers the history of figurative sculpture, techniques of digital sculpture and methods of prototyping digital sculpture. I will also be showing a new piece that I have been working on for the last couple months with a little behind the scenes “making of”.
The sell-out talk was a great success. Thanks to everyone who attended. For anyone who missed the talk, the Tate Modern recorded the presentations and made them available as a webcast here. My presentation is the second and begins at 00:46:00.