With the Las Vegas NAB Show now cancelled, Maxon will be hosting a virtual NAB presence on C4DLive.com featuring a lineup of working artists. Starting on Monday, April 20, and running through Thursday, April 23, these pros — who were originally slated to appear in Las Vegas — will share production tips, techniques and inspiration and talk about working with Maxon’s Cinema 4D, Red Giant and Redshift product lines
For over a decade, Maxon has supplemented its physical booth presence with live streaming presentations. This has allowed show attendees and those unable to attend events in person, to benefit from demos, technology updates and interaction with the guest artists in real time. First up will be CEO Dave McGavran, who will talk about Maxon’s latest news and recent merger with Red Giant.
In terms of artists, Penelope Nederlander will break down her latest end credit animation for Birds of Prey; filmmaker Seth Worley will walk through some of the visual effects shots from his latest short film, Darker Colors; Doug Appleton will share the creative processes behind creating the technology for Spider-Man: Far From Home; Jonathan Winbush will demo importing C4D scenes into Unreal Engine for rendering or VR/AR output; and Veronica Falconieri Hays will share how she builds cellular landscapes and molecular structures in order to convey complex scientific stories.
The line-up of artists also includes Mike “Beeple” Winkelmann, Stu Maschwitz, EJ Hassenfratz, Chris Schmidt, Angie Feret, Kelcey Steele, Daniel “Hashi” Hashimoto, Dan Pierse, Andy Needham, Saida Saetgareeva and many more.
Additional presenters’ info and a live streaming schedule will be available at C4DLive.com.
Main Image: (L-R) Saida Saetgareeva and Penelope Nederlander