Join us live, online for this month's motion+connect as Animation Director, Hue Walker takes us through the design and production process of animating the mythological sequences in Tales of the Maya Skies, a National Science Foundation production on Mayan astronomy, for the fulldome. (It's not stars and planets)

This fulldome production relied heavily on a hybrid use of Autodesk Maya and Adobe After Effects. In this 50 minute interview, you'll get a unique overview of what's involved in creating for the fulldome, and insight on how to apply your skills as a Maya or After Effects artist to creations designed for multi-camera fulldome productions.

day and date: Tuesday, May 11, 2010
time: 7:30 - 9:00 PM {MST | UTC-6}


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