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My name is Josh Herman and I recently graduated from Gnomon in December. As a kid, I drew a lot […]Read More... Interview Archive
February 7th , 2013
The “UFO Over Santa Clarita” short made it onto Wired.com today! Read More...
June 10th , 2014
Throughout his career, Tomáš Jech has had the great fortune to work alongside some of the most talented creative professionals […] Read More...
September 30th , 2013
Last week we talked the release of Cinema 4D R15, Maxon’s entry in the 3D software design market. It’s only […] Read More...
September 27th , 2013
If I was an old-timey town crier, this is how I would announce the latest build of Cinema 4D, Maxon’s […] Read More...
September 26th , 2013
The job market can be a scary place. Though a good education will help maximize your potential and make you […] Read More...
2D Contest: Desert Rider
3D Contest: Camo Insect
About the Image Challenge
Online communities have proven to be an amazing resource for artists. The Gnomon Workshop has had the unique opportunity to inspire, motivate and train artists from all walks of life and all around the globe, and our forum is a great place for you to share your work with other artists who have a passion for learning and community.
Every month we create a new challenge based on specific themes. Our judges select four winners from the 2D Concept and 3D Concept categories (8 total), who will receive up to 25 Gnomon Workshop DVDs (winners get to choose of course)!
What criteria are used to pick the winner?
The winners are chosen based on our judges' personal criteria, however we often award prizes to artists whose CONCEPTS or IDEAS are excellent, regardless of technical execution. While first place awards tend to bias to a combination of concept AND technical merit, we often choose winners who show POTENTIAL. We love to see new artists emerge, and this is a good way to give artists exposure while rewarding them for their talents.
Their professors – and founders – are people who truly inspire. They don’t just teach the ‘how to’ – they give you context, understanding and expectations of ‘how to on the job’. Theirs is a practical approach to actually working in film, video and gaming. It’s that amazing ideal, where art and making a living peacefully co-exist. You can certainly become a successful working artist without Gnomon, but with their pedigree, placement stats, culture and track record, why take that chance? — , CEO, Bad Robot Productions, Director Star Trek, Super 8
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