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Key Illustration Workflow for Film & TV by Philippe Gaulier


Release date:2023, February

Duration:03 h 46 m

Author:Philippe Gaulier

Skill level:Beginner


Exercise files:Yes

Hello and welcome to this comprehensive workshop led by Framestore Art Director, Philippe Gaulier, focused on designing for film. In this 4-hour session, Philippe shares his unique workflow for creating concept art for film and TV series, offering valuable insights into his efficient and flexible concepting process.

Workshop Highlights:

  1. Diverse Approaches: Philippe explores various techniques and approaches used in conceptualizing ideas for film projects, providing a well-rounded perspective.
  2. Workflow Overview: Learners will gain insights into Philippe’s workflow, which involves creating assets in Blender and 3D-Coat, character posing in Maya, rendering in KeyShot, and final touches in Photoshop.
  3. Efficiency and Flexibility: The workshop emphasizes working efficiently while maintaining flexibility throughout the concepting process, a critical aspect of professional concept art.
  4. Dynamic Compositions: Philippe demonstrates how to build dynamic compositions with interesting light scenarios, ensuring that each image tells a different story.
  5. Software Agnosticism: While specific tools are used in the workshop, the focus is on the creative process, allowing learners to apply the methodology to their software of choice.
  6. Client Communication: Insights into analyzing client briefs and effectively communicating concepts through key illustrations and concept art.

Key Takeaways:

  1. Creative Process Enjoyment: The workshop emphasizes thoroughly enjoying the creative process of concept art creation.
  2. Adaptable Methodology: Learners will gain a methodology that can be applied to various software, providing adaptability in different production environments.
  3. Concept Communication: Insights into effectively communicating concepts through distinct and compelling key illustrations.
  4. Technical Tips and Tricks: While creativity is the focus, the workshop includes technical tips and tricks to enhance the learning experience.

By the end of this workshop, participants can expect to have a deeper understanding of the creative and technical aspects of designing for film, learning from Philippe Gaulier’s extensive experience as an Art Director at Framestore. If you have any specific questions or if there’s anything else you’d like to know, feel free to ask!

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