INTRO TO MAYA MODELING AND ANIMATION V2.0
The primary aim of the Intensive Course “Introduction to Maya Modeling and Animation” is to make every participant familiar with the two main concepts of digital design including working with Nurbs and Polygon geometry in Maya. Advance animation techniques will be included as tools for the design process in order to achieve new aesthetics, as well as allowing an extended representation of the design process. For visualization we will introduce Keyshot as the perfect tool that allows the participants to easily and effectively create stunning images of their work and therefor prepare them for industry standards and beyond. The intensive course “intro to Maya Modeling and Animation” is included in the DYNAMIC MUTATIONS V2.0 workshop but can be taken separately if desired.
Each participant should provide their own computer with the following softwares installed. If a you do not have a software, trail versions can be found on each software companies website. For attending the workshop and intensive course there is no previous software experience required.
- Autodesk Maya
- Adobe suite
DYNAMIC MUTATIONS V2.0 workshop will expand from January 29 to February 6, 2016 with the intensive course taking place the the first two days, January 29 to 30, 2016. The workshop will take place daily from 10:00 to 18:00h at ZEZEZE Architecture Gallery, Hangar 21 Tel Aviv Port.
Croatia & Sweden
Marko Margeta is a teaching assistant in the Zaha Hadid Studio at the University for applied Arts in Vienna, where he is also currently completing his thesis “Legible Ark” supervised by Patrik Schumacher. Marko holds a bachelor degree from the Technical University of Graz. He has experience as a teaching assistant, training students in various digital design techniques reaching from modeling, scripting, and visualizing to digital film editing and machine coding. He also assisted in several workshops, like the Drifts & Dreams by Steven Ma in Vienna, or in Shenzhen at the Xuberance Asia-Tour Workshop, focusing on computational design. 2015 he was working as Senior Designer, Scripter and Supervisor for Xuberance in Shanghai. For YAC’s international Food & Wellness competition his team received an honorable mention. His work combines the elegance of digital crafted design with the beauty of nature inspired mathematical Algorithms.
Israel & Argentina
Nicolas Gold is completing his Master degree in Die Angewandte University of Vienna, where he studied with Professor Zaha Hadid and Professor Kazuyo Sejima (SANAA). Gold holds a bachelor degree from the Tel Aviv University graduated on 2013. During his studies several of his projects were selected for student exhibitions. After graduation, Gold worked on numerous architecture competitions winning an International Second Prize. Gold combines 5 years experience in Graphic Design, 2 years of practical experience in the architectural field and 7 years of Academic Research Design. His works cross all scales, from jewelry to urban design. His main passion, in the design field, is working with complex shapes inspired by the new wave of digital techniques in architecture and design.