Join us on Twitch for a journey into the mind of a 3D Generalist, and learn what it takes to create your own project from pre-production to post!
During this livestreamed event, Sonja Christoph — whose credits include Millennium Falcon: Smugglers Run, Dr. Strange, Tomorrowland, Agent Carter, Carne y Arena, The Division 2, and Adidas spot “Climawarm” — will give a behind-the-scenes look at her process and pipeline for creating personal projects.
From pre-production planning through to final post-processing, Sonja will offer tips for staying organized and tracking your progress when tackling large scenes. She’ll also share why certain software tools are her preferred choice when working at home, such as Blender for modeling and conception, Clip Studio Paint for drawing, V-Ray and Autodesk 3ds Max for ray-traced rendering, and Unreal Engine and Evee for real time rendering.
This livestream-only event will be an interactive presentation, featuring a live Q&A throughout the session. Watch the livestream presentation on the Gnomon Twitch Channel.
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.
Sonja is a 3D Generalist and Matte Painter who kickstarted her career at Rhythm and Hues, followed by The Mill and ILM. During her four years at ILM, she also worked on several VR projects with ILMxLab — one of which, “Carne Y Arena,” won the rare Special Awards Oscar. Sonja has worked on film, tv, commercials, theme park rides, VR and most recently AAA games.
Her credits include Millennium Falcon: Smugglers Run, Dr. Strange, Tomorrowland, Agent Carter, Carne y Arena, Adidas Climawarm, the Division 2.