Screen Training Ireland and Animation Skillnet are delighted to welcome Bruce Block back to Dublin to deliver his Visual Storytelling course to those working in animation, VFX and games.
Just as a writer is concerned with story structure or a musician with musical structure, a picture maker must be concerned with visual structure.
The key to using visual structure is an understanding of the basic visual components and how visual structure relates to the script/story structure. The basic visual components are: space, line, shape, colour, tone and movement. It is through the control of these basic visual components that the picture maker stirs an audience’s emotions, creates new and unique visual styles and gives structure and unity to their work.
This seminar relates all of the visual concepts to practical digital production and bridges the gap between theory and practice.
This seminar is aimed at all VFX, animation and games professionals interested in enhancing their visual storytelling skills.
Please apply online with current CV at www.screentrainingireland.ie Deadline for applications: Friday 6th May 2016. For further details contact firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com