Join us on Tuesday, July 30th for an evening with Wacom. Audience members will have the opportunity to learn more about Wacom’s latest display, the Wacom Cintiq 22, and network with fellow artists, industry veterans, and Wacom representatives. Not only will Cintiq 22 tablets be available for use on site, attendees will be treated to a demonstration by Emmy-nominated creature designer Dan Katcher—best known for his designs of the dragons on HBO’s Game of Thrones—who will be using the display during a live sculpting session.
Enjoy a night of networking, test out the latest Cintiq, and watch a renowned creature designer in action!
Space is limited, so be sure to RSVP and arrive in good time to secure a place in line. If you are unable to attend the event in person, you can watch the live stream on our Twitch Channel.
Attendees are welcome to join a guided tour of Gnomon before the event. The tour will start at 7pm from the check-in station. Attendee check-in will open at approximately 6:30 PM and a valid Eventbrite RSVP will be required to get an event wristband. Admission is first-come first-served and a wristband does not guarantee entry in cases that the stage reaches capacity. Complimentary refreshments will be available during the networking portion of the event.
Gnomon School of VFX's full-time programs and 10-week individual courses are designed to develop well-rounded artists that are skilled in the diverse disciplines within 3D production. For those outside of the US, virtual classroom-style online courses are also available.
Dan KatcherDigital Sculptor & Creature Designer
Dan Katcher is a renowned Los Angeles-based creature
designer for television, video games, and film. He is best known for his
design of the dragons on HBO?s hit, Game of Thrones, which earned
him Emmy recognition for three straight seasons. In addition to Game
of Thrones, Dan is currently at work on creatures for a number of DC Comic
productions, including The Flash, Legends of Tomorrow,
Dan?s previous work includes the dinosaurs on Fox?s Terra Nova, alien designs for the Green Lantern film, creature designs for MTV?s Shannara Chronicles, and sculpts of the ?Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles? for Sideshow Collectibles, as well as many other works both public and private.