Speaker: Ravi Kamble, Character Animator, DreamWorks Animation
Date: Sunday 14th April 2019 (10.30 a.m to 5.00 p.m.)
Venue: AVGC Centre of Excellence, Nalapad Brigade Centre, Bangalore
Registration Fees & Payment Options
Topic of MASTERCLASS is focused on PERFORMANCE in Animation:
Aiming to have strong choices in Acting
- From cartoony to realistic: Dissection and understanding of style
- Biomechanics: Basics of mechanics and locomotion, weight, and introduction to anatomy for performance.
- Acting: Building your knowledge and study of actors, performances and real life observations. What to throw away and what to use, what to look for in good acting.
- Putting it all together: The importance of choice over skill, where to break the rules and where to play them to your favour.
Developing stylised characters for animation is not as easy as one might think, and infusing those characters with long-lasting appeal is even harder. Join us with Ravi Kamble, Lead / Supervising Animator on Feature Films, on how he developed his expertise in stylizing characters through his own unique way.
Hear from him the approach he took while developing Dave – the Octopus (one of the most challenging characters of CGI Animation) while working on Penguins of Madagascar and his experiences on working on How To Train Your Dragon 3.
Ravi will also be doing a live-demo session, where he will take a shot from start to finish in Autodesk Maya.
Check the imdb page here: https://www.imdb.com/name/nm5919047/
Born and brought up in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria (Spain) in 1986 to parents from India, studied animation at the University of Bradford (Uk) and has worked on various feature films, commercials and TV projects in the UK and around the world.
He joined Dreamworks Animation in 2013 at the DDU in Bangalore, starting as an animator and development assistant, to afterwards becoming a character lead of “Dave, the Octopus”, the villain of the “Penguins of Madagascar” movie.
He later moved to China starting a new venture at Oriental Dreamworks in Shanghai as an Animation Supervisor in 2015, and came back to Spain in 2017. He was approached by The Moving Picture Company (MPC) to work as a character developer for the villain of the movie “Pokemon: Detective Pikachu”.
He joined Dreamworks Animation in Los Angeles in April 2018 as an animator and completed How to Train your Dragon: The Hidden World. He is currently working on “Abominable” at DreamWorks, to be released in theatres late 2019.
Carry your showreel alongwith you on the day of the session. Time-permitting, we will review your reel and provide you with feedback and guidance.
Arrive at the Venue by 9.45 a.m. to complete the registration formalities
No refund will be made in case of cancellation