Shot Breakdown: The animation process with David Williams
When: Wednesday 4th September 2013
Time: 7pm to 8pm
Venue: Metro Screen, Paddigton Town Hall, Sydney
Cost: Free for all Sydney ACM SIGGRAPH members. $5 cover charge for refreshments for guests and non-members.
(Attendees can sign up as a new member on the night. Annual Membership fees are $50 for professionals and $25 for students)
RSVP: Seating is limited so RSVPing via Facebook is essential: https://www.facebook.com/events/1401797313376848
What’s it all about:
David began animating stop-motion plasticene films in his parent’s garage at the age of 15. After many years of trial and error, David’s short film Humbert achieved moderate success on the festival circuit. This led to work on projects such as Leunig Animated and for ABC Playschool. The increasing popularity of CG animation led David to retrain in computer animation. His subsequent ten year engagement at Animal Logic has allowed David to develop his skill as an animator alongside the best local and international animation talent. He will talk about the process of animating a shot using a case study from Legend of the Guardians.
Probably best known for the annual SIGGRAPH International conference on computer graphics for film, televisions and new media industries, ACM SIGGRAPH also puts on a variety of programs year-round and worldwide to benefit the SIGGRAPH community. The event listed above is hosted by our local chapter and is free for all chapter members.
Our website address is: http://sydney.siggraph.org.au