A huge success!
30th October 2013
London Film Museum - Southbank
The fourth annual bluegfx expo took place on the 30 October at the London Film Museum (Southbank), and what a day it was! Clear highlights included an early preview of the new V-Ray 3.0 for 3ds Max, the latest product demo’s from Autodesk, getting hands on with the latest Wacoms plus what’s new with Adobe. Plus insights from industry leaders including Framestore, RealtimeUK, Blue Zoo, Screenscene VFX and ROCKSTAR.
What is the bluegfx expo?
The bluegfx expo is an industry day aimed at providing those who operate within the Media and Entertainment sector with the latest developments in technology. The day will give you the opportunity to hear what tech some of the leaders in the Games Development, Film & TV and Design Viz industries are using and the workflows which are giving them their cutting edge. Key vendors will also be in attendance, giving you the opportunity to test drive their latest products.
For event location details,
Screenscene VFX - John O’Connell
John first started using 3dsmax at version 1 in 1996 and began instructing with it in 1998. In 2001 he switched over to post production working on a large array of commercials and short films. In 20... [Read More]
Glen runs Cheshire based studio SouthernGFX providing character/creature designs, 3D assets and motion graphics for a wide range of clients in tv, game, advertising.
Glen is currently workin... [Read More]