Saturday, April 5, 2008

Continuing Education

Due to a combination of work schedule and a lack of motivation, I've not been posting. Call it spring fever, laziness, whatever.

I came across this link to a SFX workshop that I thought looked promising.


The six-hour class will cover a wide spectrum of effects including uses of SFX in a variety of mediums from performing arts to print to TV and film. The first section of the class will cover Designing Special Effects: based on hundreds of images and drawings from 35 years of special effects design, Gregory Meeh will comment on and discuss the techniques and applications used to realize the needs of many types of productions, from the Off Broadway originations of Broadway hits to major Las Vegas hotel venues to fashion shows, auto shows, and daytime television.

Demonstrations and discussions will follow about the tools used to create the following effects: confetti and snow, water effects, atmospherics, wind, firearms, flames, and pyrotechnics. Each technical section will include experienced J&M technicians expert in the area and will include examples of functioning equipment as well as applicable safety information.

1 comment:

quest1962 said...

Taking this class . . . somethins gonna 'splode!