Join us Friday, June 18th as visual development and concept artist Kendrick See shares some of the beautiful illustrations he is making with Blender and Photoshop! During this exclusive interview, our host, Adam Hartel, will be speaking with Kendrick about how he uses Blender to set up form, light, and composition for paintings. Kendrick will also share his artistic journey and how he began incorporating 3D into his workflow to create illustrations for concept, visual development, as well as compelling storytelling.

Viewers will get an inside look at several of Kendrick's personal illustration projects and learn how they can make the transition from 2D to 3D by using dynamic and versatile creative tools. Be sure to stick around for the whole stream as Kendrick answers questions from the chat in real-time.

Watch the stream on the Gnomon Twitch Channel, YouTube Channel, and Facebook Live on Friday, June 18th at 11:00 am PDT.

Events with closed captioning are available via the Gnomon Facebook Live page.


Gnomon'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.

Guest Speakers

Kendrick SeeVisual Development & Concept Artist

Kendrick is a freelance visual development and concept artist from Malaysia. He began his career as a concept artist for games and has previously worked on TLOU: Part II, Gears of War 4, Tales of Berseria & The Elder Scrolls: Legends. Nowadays, he enjoys working on stylized projects.

Adam HartelGnomon Host

As Recruiter, Adam travels to high schools, community colleges, and trade shows to educate prospective students about Gnomon’s academic options and provide information about careers in the entertainment industry. With over two decades of experience working in nonprofit, Adam has used his skills in visual art, photography, and design to create socially conscious initiatives in collaboration with art students and professionals. He has lived and worked abroad in Norway and the Netherlands while traveling Europe as a community developer and public speaker. Adam holds a Bachelor of Arts from LIFE Pacific University.

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