Tuesday, November 24, 2009

The Industry's New Workflow Paradigm – 3D Compositing (Los Angeles)

A panel discusses the evolving workflows having a profound effect on the work of all 3D animators as well as 2D departments who now do the "finish work" like never before using Flame, Combustion, Toxik, and Nuke.

Event Description



*Steve Wright*, Master Trainer - Visual effects compositing, Nuke and Shake

*Damian Allen*, President of Pixerati LLC - Visual effects design and pipeline consultant

Speakers will explore and explain this new trend in visual effects that incorporates 3D geometry, lights, and cameras in addition to the usual 2D images into the final compositing of a shot. This new workflow paradigm profoundly affects both the 3D and 2D departments as the compositor now does much more of the "finish work" using 3D-capable compositing programs such as Flame, Combustion, Toxik, and Nuke.

Sponsored by Nuke.

6:30 - 7:30 PM Social Hour & Hors d'oeuvres
7:30 - 9:30 PM Program Presentation

Presenter Biographies

Steve Wright's Biography


The James Bridges Theater at UCLA Department of Film, Television and Digital Media


All LA ACM SIGGRAPH will be admitted free of charge. Non-members of LA ACM SIGGRAPH are admitted for $20.00. New LA ACM SIGGRAPH members who sign up on-site, and pay the $40 annual membership fee (checks or cash only), do not have to pay the $20 admission fee.

Special Thanks

Steve Wright, Diane Wright, Mike Amron, Joan Collins Carey, Sharon Eisenberg, Lucy Cooper of The Foundry, and the entire LA SIGGRAPH Executive Council.

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