This is an unmissable opportunity to be mentored in digital painting by internationally acclaimed concept artist for the film and entertainment industries - Gerhard Mozsi. You’ll be led through the process of realising a narrative moment, learning pro techniques from a master whilst replicating the workflows and processes used in a production art department to create your own interpretation of a unique script excerpt.
Gerhard is Slovak native who is currently based in Sydney Australia. A mixture of formal training and hours of obsessive drawing led him to Brisbane in 2005 work for THQ as a concept artist.
Now, many years later Gerhard’s focus has been on feature films and visual storytelling.
He has worked on a host of films including Alien Covenant, The Wolverine and Pacific Rim: Uprising in addition to a variety of Netflix specials including Outlaw King and Bright.
His experience includes a diverse approach to visual storytelling, both fast and loose concept illustration for film pre production to more detailed production illustrations and matte painting are required for the final product.
Adding to his varied career, Gerhard lectures, mentors and forever, ceaselessly continues to draw.
This masterclass is designed for experienced digital artists who want to learn pro-techniques to level-up their skills, as well as the workflows and processes that can be relied upon to create digital paintings in a day-to-day production art department.
This is a great opportunity to learn from Gerhard Mozsi, an Australian Concept Artist with an impressive Blockbuster Film Portfolio.
Present your work at an exclusive industry showcase event involving representatives from film, VFX, studios and agencies.
Receive a 60 minute one-on-one mentoring session with Gerhard Mozsi giving you a rare opportunity to gain personalised guidance from an industry guru.
Receive free membership valued at $150 to the not-for-profit organisation Australian Production and Design Guild.
Gerhard's teaching will bring the context of a feature film art department to the classroom & will reveal his impressionistic style. Students will work through the creation of art for clearly defined narrative projects, incorporating art fundamentals & advanced techniques whilst learning industry best practice. Students will leave with a portfolio of artwork that's ready for production.
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|Format||1 week intensive||1 week intensive|
|Dates||24 June-29 June||17 June - 22 June|
|Day & Time||Monday - Saturday (9am - 5pm, everyday for 6days)||Monday - Saturday (9am - 5pm, everyday for 6days)|
7 Kelly Street
120 Spencer Street,
Melbourne VIC 3000
Students must be experienced with Adobe Photoshop and have a good creative ability.
Students must bring their own:Wacom tablet
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