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You can join Gnomon on Saturday, October 22nd, at 1 PM (PDT) for an inspiring afternoon session that will introduce artists to the craft of designing for 3D printing. The panel of experts will bring together a diverse group of digital designers along with Formlabs’ Education Specialist, Jordan Pelovitz, to reveal the modeling methodologies, design benefits, successes and failures, and tools used to create awe-inspiring creatures, characters, and hard-surface models. 3D Artists and Designers Daniel Enrique De León, James Marsano, Leo Oliveto, and Shawn Moghadam will share their 3D printing stories, including: how to overcome the fear of embracing new technology; tools for modeling, prepping and finishing 3D-printed objects; tips for experimenting and how to learn from mistakes; as well as artistic approaches to sculpting both realistic and stylized models.
Whether you’re a student, hobbyist or professional, or just curious about 3D printing, the sessions will provide you with a general overview of the 3D printing landscape, reveal the power of using 3D printers for design work, and help inspire and show you how to turn your ideas into products you can hold. RSVP or follow along on Livestream. The speakers will be taking questions from both the stage audience and Livestream viewers during the live event (Tweet questions using #gnomon on Twitter).
1:00 pm – 1:45 pm: Jordan Pelovitz — The 3D Printing Landscape & Modeling Methodologies
1:45 pm – 2:30 pm: Shawn Moghadam — Overcome Fear & Turn Your Ideas into Products
2:30 pm – 3:30 pm: Intermission — Food and Networking
3:30 pm – 4:15 pm: Daniel Enrique De León — Career Advice and Networking Tips for 3D Designers
4:15 pm – 5:00 pm: James Marsano and Leo Oliveto — Sculpting Approaches and Tips for Collectibles
5:00 pm – 5:30 pm: Audience Questions
More on the event can be found here.