God save the Queen! The ConceptArt.Org Workshop is coming to the UK- Instructor List
Ladies and Gentlemen,
After a 3 year break, the ConceptArt.Org Workshops have returned. This time we are headed to the U.K. this May, for what will be the most inspiring, life-changing event we have ever put together. We will have news to share in the coming days but thought you might like to have a sneak peek at some of the brilliant, talented professionals whom will be joining us for the big show. This list is going to keep growing by the day. We are just getting started, and are honored entirely.
Senior Environment Designers
Senior Environment Artist
Senior Industrial Designer
Senior Marketing Artist
Visual Effects Supervisor
Senior Storyboard Artist
Creative Business Development Strategist
Senior Matte Painter
Senior Toy Designer
Toy Industry Guru
Comic Book Art Director
Senior Comics Artist
Games Industry Art Director
Film Industry Art Director
Marketing and PR Director
Graphic Design Director
Senior Animator - Games
Senior Animator - Games
Senior Animator - Film
Senior Rigging guru - Film/Games
3D Art Director - Games/Film
Senior 3D Artists - Characters
Senior 3D Environment Artist - Games
Senior 3D Vehicle Artist - Hard Surface
Feature Film Director
Feature Film Producer
Animated Film Director
Toys and Entertainment Distributor (gotta know how to get your stuff out in the world right?)
Art Gallery Director
Personal Branding Guru
and don't for get the DJ's
***Refunds are available in full until April 15 2013, minus paypal transfer fees associated.
*subject to change, as always.
Last edited by Jason Manley; March 30th, 2013 at 10:34 PM.
For clarity, this is a very special ConceptArt.Org event.. TAD has workshops, but they are in the summer and winter in the US and last for three weeks and are for students. The CA workshops are for everyone, and end up being a good mix of professionals, industry leaders, students, hobbyists and even beginners. I think our youngest last time was nine. He was super talented too..we set him up with an internship at a game company since he was a really special kid. The workshops are normally 4 days. We will have some announcements soon. Thanks for asking too.
Can't wait to meet all you guys and steal your magic pencils. Discussing this with people on other sites and the main concern with London is price for accomodation. I think as long as you book a room as soon as the dates are announced you should be alright, it'll be expensive, but if you wait until nearer the time it'll double or triple the price. Any Londoners with tips on best hotels would be great, although knowing the venue will help which one to pick.
"I have nothing to offer but blood, toil, tears and sweat." - Winston Churchill
We will try to do some negotiating with the hotels. Hang in there. We can sometimes get pretty deep discounts. We will try our best. 400 people showing up is a good chunk of cash and the hotels may bend if we get enough rooms blocked out.
We have not done one of these in almost 3 years (which is incredible to me that it has been so long...), so I have no clue when we will do another in the future. We are going to party like it is our last, and with the instructors whom are still confirming, coming on board, it is going to be the best one to date. I'm stoked!