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Mastering Human Anatomy in ZBrush (45 hours of training with 2 x world class instructors)
5 Day workshop with daily Live demonstrations, one-on-one instruction, drawing & sculpting from live models in Zbrush. 2 x amazing instructors, Andrew Cawrse who teaches worldwide both artists & surgeons the aesthetics, form & function of human anatomy, is joined by fellow instructor & vfx artist Kris Costa, to teach this exclusive workshop by return invitation.
Course Overview: Instructor Andrew Cawrse, renowned Sculptor & Anatomist, is joined by world-famous movie VFX artist & sculptor Kris Costa, to teach this course only once per year, so now is the time to sign-up. This course features in-depth study of: the recreation, balance & tracking of the skeleton; exact origin & insertion of the superficial muscular system, including breakdown of single & multi-pennate muscles; concentration into the difficult areas of the shoulder girdle, back, knees, forearms; an introduction to the surface vascular system; and also female comparative anatomy.
• Instructor Andrew Cawrse
Sculptor, Anatomist & former cg Model Supervisor, Andrew teaches both surgeons & artists internationally. Benefit from his experience both medically & artistically, & his unique ability to teach with instant results for attendees.
• Instructor Kris Costa
Renowned ZBrush master-artist & movie vfx digital modeler, Kris shares his extensive experience in anatomy & sculpting the human figure. Giving presentations & working one-on-one with attendees on anatomy & personal techniques in ZBR47.
• World-class Models
Models used are in excellent physical condition, and are used in both instructor demonstration & for attendees to sculpt in pose from 360o. Pictured is fitness model Yoni Baker at the workshop.
• Live demonstrations in HD display
From revisiting anatomy foundations to advanced surface aesthetics, instructors present live demonstrations on each subject which attendees can follow on large cinematic screens, while continuing to work at their stations.