Saturday, September 25, 2010

CGMW workshop demo


Hello Everyone,

I had a great opportunity to work with the guys from CGMW to do a environment workshop. I just wanted to post up the final image. Please visit the website for future workshop and class information.

http://www.cgmwonline.com/

Thanks everyone!

14 comments:

Zachary said...

Lovely! I was thinking about buying a pass...

Mariusz Kornatka said...

very cool

all the best,
Mariusz

www.mariuszkornatka.posterous.com

GLOWRGEOUS! said...

I am a student of this workshop! i just finished watching it. It is really amazing and you really did a great job very nice explanations and details. I learned a lot! the best workshop i have ever participated in online. I do appreciate your work great digital painter and teacher too. I would love to attend more of your workshops in the future. VERY RECOMMENDED TEACHER! (^_^)
I am really sad that i couldn't make it to the Q&A live session as it was very late in my country about 3:00AM i hope the guys in CGWM will post a link to a copy of that session soon!.
Thank you James and all the best!

donm said...

great workshop! i really enjoyed the demo and the Q&A, you were by far the best instructor there, and thats saying something. please do more!

Adrian Majkrzak said...

Hey James, this was an awesome workshop. Incredibly clear and informative in addition to getting to watch an cool painting unfold. Thanks for doing it!

Nathan Fowkes said...

Looks good as always!

C.Deboda said...

Agreed with everyone else. Good job on the workshop. Hope you fixed up that cold though. ;)

Aerodrama said...

Excellent workshop! Excellent examples! All very
good! =]

Jason Scheier said...

very very nice brotha james!

J. R. Pickthall said...

awesome, lovely balance in every department

James Paick said...

thanks for the comments everyone!

Jparked said...

love the composition and lighting on this one hyoung.

Awesome demo!

Patrick Raines said...

Your work is so inspiring. I listened to your Q & A for CGMW, and was very impressed. I look forward to more.

Humza Khan said...

i like the way you use the pipes as compositional elements to draw your eye in and make the piece more dynamic. The fact that their red doesn't hurt either, nice choice

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