Framestore Lead Texture Artist Gianpietro Fabre will take an in-depth look at the creation of the most challenging assets for Thor Ragnarock, focusing mainly on the texturing aspects. Gianpietro will have the chance to show never released making-of and post-production content and use Hela, Korg, Surtur, Fenris as examples to show all the details of the texturing workflow using Mari. Each character had specific challenges and Gianpietro will explain both basic and advanced methods to tackle each of them using a wide range of Mari tools and techniques.
Gianpietro Fabre is a generalist TD with more than 13 years of experience, specializing in creating high-end assets for feature film. He’s worked at studios including Weta Digital, MPC, Double Negative and Framestore, on everything from character to environments, from medieval to futuristic.
Known globally for our visual effects, we have a proud history creating extraordinary images and scenes for some of Hollywood’s biggest pictures, collecting every possible industry award along the way.
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