Get registered for the Autodesk Flame Masterclass by Senior Flame Artist Deron Hoffmeyer. Check out the registration form link with other essential details.
Autodesk has organized Flame Masterclass to kick start their learning curve seminar in early 2016. The training will be conducted by senior Flame Artist Deron Hoffmeyer. Flame is top notch VFX software. It is truly swiss knife in the visual effects arsenal used for Editing, Compositing, Color Grading, Advanced Graphics Creation, Look Development and Conform. Popularly, it is called as the Finishing Tool.
Deron Hoffmeyer is versatile artist. He has over 19 years of practical experience in various arenas of Post Production. His technical credentials ranges from being NUKE VFX Compositor, 3D Animator, Motion Graphics Artist, Commercial finishing, On-set VFX supervision and now Senior Flame Artist at Method Studios. He has also conducted Autodesk Flame Demo at NAB 2014.
Deron will showcase very useful tips and tricks of using Flame in ad post workflow. These will include all his practical approaches used at Method Studios for various projects. Learn his creative techniques of Flame to achieve faster productivity. As a bonus, he will also showcase his participation entry at One Frame of White. His work titled ‘The Tree of LOGIK‘ got the 1st place. Hoffmeyer used only Flame 2015 Extension 2 Service Pack 1 for this entire package. Check out his awesome creation.
Autodesk Technical Specialists, Vishal Prabhakar and Samit Shetty, will join Deron to demonstrate the updated creative features and workflow of Flame Family 2016. It will also cover new tools that are shipped with the Extension 1 release.
The master class training schedule for India is as follows :
Date : 18th January, Monday
Venue : Marigold, Convention Centre, GRT Grand
Time : 5 pm onwards
Date : 20th January, Wednesday
Venue : IES Manik Vidyamandir, Bandra (West)
Time : 4 pm onwards
Fill out this Registration Form to book your seat for the Flame Masterclass. The first 50 attendees will get cool Autodesk Flame merchandise.