Deconstructing FL0W3RS: Workshop with Francesco De Gallo, Oct. 1st, 6-8 PM
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On October 1st from 2-4 pm, join us online with artist Francesco De Gallo for an interactive “Deconstructing FL0W3RS” workshop.
Francesco De Gallo will be sharing some insight on their creative process during the conception of their short 3D animation entitled FL0W3RS, as well as presenting a few simple exercises in Blender to achieve certain technical effects such as creating Dust Particles, Cinematic Lighting and Smooth Camera Movements to integrate into your personal projects. Depending on the participants’ specific interests, we can also take time to explore the soundtrack created in Ableton or the video processing made with TouchDesigner.
*Times are in NDT.
Check out fdg’s IG here!
FL0W3RS, Video work here.
Flower Portrait, Video work here.
About the Artist:
fdg. (Francesco De Gallo)’s interest in ecology and its relationship with immersive environments developed while studying Graphic Design at Cégep de Sherbrooke and most recently as a Computation Arts student at Concordia University. His current research examines the link between nature and technology, imagining an altered future in these times of ecological distress. He uses 3D software such as Blender, TouchDesigner, and GAN generative processes to transform his art, incorporating experimental storytelling and cinematic sound design, finding beauty in earth’s hidden corners.
Click here for the PDF of instructions.