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Saturday, October 15th, 2016, 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm
Gnomon will hold an afternoon with Moana contributing artists, Pedro Conti and Victor Hugo. The talented artists from Brazil have worked in freelance roles for international clients, at boutique studios, and most recently at Walt Disney Animation Studios.
Pedro and Victor were part of the team of passionate artists at TechnoImage in Brazil before moving to Los Angeles in January 2016 to work on Disney’s latest animated adventure, which hits theaters on November 23. Their talks will offer an insight into their career highlights and curveballs, discussing the differences between working in small and large studios, as freelancers, and even running a company. They will also share some of the key examples from their incredible portfolios, giving a look at their workflow and revealing the tools and techniques that helped them craft bodies of work that attracted the attention of Disney recruiters.
Whether you’re a professional or aspiring artist, student, or a fan of stylized 3D illustrations, be sure to RSVP or follow along on Livestream. Pedro and Victor will be taking questions from both the stage audience and Livestream viewers during the live event (Tweet questions using #gnomon on Twitter).
12:00 pm – 1:30 pm: The Art of Stylized Characters with Pedro Conti & Victor Hugo
1:30 pm – 2:00 pm: Audience Questions (Livestream viewers use #gnomon on Twitter)
Pedro Conti and Victor Hugo worked on the award-winning short for the Trojan Horse was a Unicorn Festival, which won a Silver World Medal in the Animation Category at the New York Festivals