Friedrichsdorf, Germany — Today, Maxon announced the lineup for the June 3D and Motion Design Show, the latest in its free series of artist-focused streaming shows for 3D and motion graphics artists. Taking place on Wednesday, June 22, viewers can expect to see industry experts; with experience across a range of projects from promotional brand campaigns, character animation, and title sequences; demonstrate tips and techniques to help viewers take full advantage of the entire Maxon suite of creative tools, including Cinema 4D, Redshift, Red Giant, and ZBrush.
Presentations will be streamed live and are available on-demand shortly after on 3DMotionShow.com
as well as the
Maxon YouTube channel
. Viewers are encouraged to participate in the artist-led conversations by sending in questions via chat for live Q&A.
is the creative director at Sarofsky, a cross-media production company. He has worked on a range of projects and industries—film and entertainment, advertising, and redesigning banking experiences—with studios, startups, agencies, and corporations. Through his work for Marvel Studios and major global brands, he has helped to win Cannes Lions and Emmy Awards, among many others.
is a senior artist at Territory Studio with expertise in motion graphics, 3D animation, print design and illustration. His previous freelance career culminated in an animation project for Apple building promotional content launching the first generation iPhone, and ultimately introduced Zach to Maxon’s Cinema 4D.
is a senior character artist and an online instructor at the 3D Character Workshop where he teaches every aspect of 3D character sculpting. He has been making games since 1998 and has worked as a character animator, a character rigger, a character modeler and digital sculptor.
is a motion designer, artist, and illustrator. He is the creator of Botched Creative which specializes in conceptual design, styleframes, storyboards, and animation for title sequences, branding/identity spots, promotional campaigns, and product visualizations.
In addition to the 3D and Motion Design Show, Maxon hosts a number of online webinars - such as the wildly popular VFX and Chill, Demystifying Post-Production, and Ask The Trainer - every week for users who want more frequent access to industry-leading tips and tricks for getting the most out of their creative tools. See more information on upcoming topics for each week and register for updates here: https://www.maxon.net/en/events