This masterclass will be a live demonstration and lecture covering:
Concept, Brain Storming, Research
Using Informed Reference
Work Flow Flexibility
Fleshing Out Your ideas
Quality versus Quantity
Keeping Yourself Motivated
This workshop is aimed at animators who want to improve their 3D animation skills.
Jason was a supervising Animator at Walt Disney Animation Studios and a supervising Animator at DreamWorks Animation Studios. After graduating from the Irish School of Animation in 1993, with a student of the year award from Don Bluth (creator of An American Tail and Land Before Time), he started straight in as a 2D animator working on various German feature productions. After a brief time in London as an Animator in computer games he got the call from Disney Animation Studios in 1995 to animate on Fantasia 2000 (Tin Soldier segment), Dinosaur (Kron and Carnataur), animation supervisor on Magic Lamp (CG genie in 3D), animation supervisor on Philharmagic (classic Disney characters in CG and 3D), supervising animator on Chicken Little (chicken little himself). He also animated on Meet The Robinsons and just recently Big Hero 6.
Jason accepted a great opportunity in 2007 by DreamWorks Animation SKG, where he supervised and animated on Monsters Versus Aliens, Shrek4, Megamind, Kung Fu Panda 2, Madagascar 3, The Croods and Turbo.
After Turbo wrapped up, Jason concentrated on his online animation workshops at http://www.jasonryananimation.com and also dedicated some time to his students at www.iAnimate.net, the advanced character animation workshops.
Date & Times:
Thursday 30th October 9.30am-4.30pm.
Guinness Enterprise Centre, Taylors Lane, Dublin 8 (http://gec.ie/directions-and-map).
Non Members: 80 Euro, Members: 60 Euro
Please note there are only 25 places available for this Masterclass.
Payment can be made by credit card online (a link will be sent to you) or by cheque/postal order payable to Animation Skillnet C/O Dublin Business Innovation Centre.
Please apply here: http://animationskillnet.ie/event-registration/?ee=43
Deadline for Applications:
Tuesday, 28th October.