You will be introduced to Blender3D which is a powerful open source software for 3D modeling and animation. This workshop will provide an overview of how to create and import models, animate them within a scene, apply textures and materials, and render for distribution. By the end of the workshop, participants will have created a short animation to share online as a video or GIF. You are welcome to bring personal laptops + a mouse and a USB key are recommended, however, participants will not be turned away due to lack of hardware. This workshop will be beneficial to any artist who is interested in exploring experimental and expanded practices in animation, new media and digital painting.
This is a two-part workshop, each session will be 3 hours.
- maximum capacity: 6
- 6 hours of instruction
Instructor: Alisson Escobar Born in Bogotá, Colombia.
Alisson is a mythopoeic transmedia artist + art worker living and operating in Toronto, Canada. Their work explores the internal drives and external influences that shape identity as a Colombian first-generation immigrant in North America. Escobar’s work exists in the digital wilderness, a place where finishes, effects, surfaces, and algorithms demonstrate the complexity of the medium. Their work is concerned with the power of images, technology and the degree to which we are shaped by consumer capitalist culture and mass media.
Through their work, they attempt to engage and interact with the public by creating, facilitating or collaborating in shared experiences.
They hold a BFA with an honorable mention from the Ontario College of Art and Design University.
|$0 ||all-in or workshop member|
|$25 ||production member|