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The Foundry Sessions


We hosted the second in the series of The Foundry Sessions on Thursday 24th July, broadcasting LIVE from our London HQ. 

This Session focused on MODO in VFX with Robin Konieczny from the world famous VFX house Double Negative and Tommie Kidjemet from Niceberg Studios in Belgium. Read more below.

Missed it? Catch up and watch the recording.



Guest speakers

Robin Konieczny - MODO in film

Multi-award winning VFX house Double Negative kindly loaned us Robin Konieczny for this session. Robin’s role at DNeg has evolved over the years from Environment Artist, Senior Modeller, Concept Artist to Environment Sequence Supervisor & Lead. An active community member Robin shared why he loves MODO and how he has used it on blockbuster movies.


Tommie Kidjemet - MODO in 3D/4D rides

Tommie Kidjemet popped over from Belgium to share how he and the team at Niceberg Studios have been using MODO at their boutique facility. Niceberg Studios create state-of-the-art 3D/4D/5D attraction and ride films for integration in media based attractions. Tommie shared how MODO continually rises to the challenge on various complex projects, one of which was completed in six months.


Compères

Chatting with our speakers were The Foundry's very own Gregory Duquesne (MODO Product Manager) and Matt Plec (Senior Product Designer).


The Foundry Sessions recordings

Session 1 - The COLLECTIVES

We launched The Foundry Sessions with our first LIVE transmission focusing on the COLLECTIVES from our London HQ on Thursday 19th June

It was a one hour digital broadcast and included a live Q&A with questions coming through on Twitter to #TFsessions.

We had people tuning in from all over the world including Italy, USA, Germany, Netherlands, Japan, Canada, Spain, Brazil and Russia to name just a few! 

 

Check out our recording of the event with our awesome guest presenters from the creative digital design & VFX worlds.


More Sessions

There will be schedule coming very soon for the rest of The Foundry Sessions for 2014. Keep checking this page for details or follow our updates on Facebook and Twitter.