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Laura Higgins (VFX Artist, Rocksteady Studios Ltd)
Shannon McSheehan (Lead VFX Artist, Riot Games)
Guy Cool (Junior VFX Artist, FXVille)
Jamal Coleman (Senior VFX Artist, Riot Games)
Location: Room 3006, West Hall
Date: Monday, March 18
Time: 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm
Pass Type: All Access Pass, Summits Pass - Get your pass now!
Topic: Visual Arts
Vault Recording: Video
Audience Level: All
VFX continues to evolve alongside the games industry. VFX artists of all skill levels are constantly learning new skills and techniques. This talk will cover tools and examples anyone can use to learn new skills and grow in their craft without becoming overwhelmed. Taking a particular look at the benefits of mentoring and how to develop a successful mentoring relationship. Along with having a focus on effectively using and advocating for time to get the most out of learning VFX.
Joining projects at different stages of development with a mix of complex and well-established features can be daunting, especially for VFX artists early on in their careers. This session also focuses on how to approach these features of varying complexity and how to tackle the opportunity to work on them, with the aim of growing from the experience.
Attendees will take away an understanding of how to effectively advocate and use their time to learn VFX, the benefits of mentorship, how to develop a good mentoring relationship, and how to take on large complex features.
This session is meant for anybody who wants to learn more about VFX in games. Attendees should have a basic grasp of real-time VFX to get the most out of the talk but is not a requirement.