Yesterday I was fortunate enough to give a demo on “Creating Photo Real Creatures in Photoshop” at the 2014 Adobe Max Conference. Well today I am pleased to see that they have posted it online and I wanted to share it with you as a free demo.
NOTE: This was a screen capture so you will only hear my voice for the first few minutes. After that though the full demo is visible. Also, this was a new audience so some of the info may be familiar to you if you have watched some of my other videos. It runs just over an hour.
About Aaron Blaise
For 21 years Aaron worked with Disney helping to create some of the greatest animated films ever made. During that time he worked as an animator or supervising animator on "The Rescuers Down Under", "Beauty and the Beast", "Aladdin", "The Lion King", "Pocahontas", "Mulan" and more. In 2003 he was co-director of "Brother Bear" for which he earned an Oscar nomination for Best Animated Feature Film. After "Brother Bear" he helped to develop several projects but ultimately left Disney to pursue an opportunity back home in Florida. Aaron recently served as 2D Animation Supervisor and Character Designer for the "The Bear and the Hare" an advertisement loved by millions around the world. He is currently also working on a new animated short film, once again involving bears called "Snow Bear".
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I watch the sun come up at Aaron’s along with his other postings nearly every day. He’s a fascinating and very talented guy with lots to offer and shares freely. It’s all greatly appreciated. Thanks, Aaron (Mr. Blaise, Sir)!
I Loved this video, it was chalk full of information that i really needed to know and i loved every second. I didn’t grow bored at any point, thank you so much Mr.Blaise ! my hope one day is to work for disney and so I’m trying as soon as possible to learn from the best and prepare myself, and this video really helped with that !
This video could not be more direct. Your approach on this was amazing. It really tell me a lot of information that I so much needed.
Thanks a lot Aaron!