Thursday, September 20, 2012

Imagination as a Tool for Environment Design for Animation

              Link to Workshop: Imagination as a Tool for Environment Design for Animation

In this workshop’s lecture, he will guide artists of all calibers on a Journey behind the creative and imaginative image making process. Learn to unlock parts of your mind and harness your thoughts into immersive creative imagery. During this workshop, Jason will touch on all aspects of his working process; as well as showing how to break through imaginative blocks and pitfalls. Typically in schools, this topic is rarely discussed, so Jason will go into great detail showing his personal process of how to overcome mental, as well as physical obstacles. Join us as Jason Scheier will take you on a journey into his mind, and show you how to turn imagination into communication. Learn to develop your imagination, for it can be your greatest tool.
The workshop will provide you with a very informative lecture about the imaginative image making process also how to reach for the best compositions, references, and story-telling techniques. At the end of the lecture, Jason will show a demonstration of how he creates an image from start to end applying all of the concepts he described previously.

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Ju-osh said...

Hey, Jason,

My name is Josh, and I am doing an UNOFFICIAL blog for The Croods.

I know that you cannot talk much about the film yet. Still, could I interview you about other animation-related things?

Questions would cover how you began, what you've done thus far, where you are heading, headaches, heartaches, etc.

It's taken a looong time, but it seems like in the past ten years, greater attention seems be given to 'behind the scenes' jobs like visual development. Where the 'Making Of' docs used to only focus only celebrity recording sessions and the lead animators' taste in Hawaiian shirts, more and more time is being devoted to arts such as yours. I know I'd love to hear your take on all of it, and I think many of my readers would as well.

If you are interested, please email me at spinnaker(at)verizon(dot)net

Link to my blog:

Matt Hancox said...

Great Stuff! Loving the colours in these last few paints

Sveta said...

waiting forward to see it!)

Cliff Childs said...

Color candy! I wish these were scratch n sniff.

Jason Scheier said...

Thank you very much Cliff!!!!

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Jason Scheier said...

Thank much Anna!

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