Carrara Workshop

September 28, 2019 @ 8:00 pm - 9:30 pm BST

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September 28, 2019
8:00 pm - 9:30 pm BST
$15 – $25
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Carrara has a surprising amount of features covering figure posing and editing, traditional modelling, animation, texturing, landscape creation and rendering. The software has capabilities for particle effects, dynamic hair and fur simulations, soft and rigid body dynamics!

In this live webinar workshop, get an introduction and feature rich tour of Carrara from Christine Cornell who will demonstrate some of it’s best features. It’s also an opportunity to meet and connect to other Carrara artists!

Carrara is considered to be comparatively easy to learn and use. Get the grand tour of Carrara from Christine…

  • Getting started in Carrara 8.5 Pro
  • Making the most of presets
  • Realistic and fantastic landscapes
  • Tips for working with large scale scenes
  • Balancing render settings and speed
  • Setting up DAZ 3D figures
  • Adjusting shaders
  • Introduction to Carrara ‘s render passes

About the Presenter : Christine Cornell

Christine Cornell is a university professor and author from the east coast of Canada. She has always been fascinated by the interplay of images and words, beginning with the study of medieval manuscript illuminations and ultimately moving on to graphic novels and manga. She began learning Carrara in 2008. While Carrara remains her main program she has gone on to explore Daz Studio, Poser, Hexagon, Silo, 3DCoat, and others. She relied on books, tutorials, and much forum reading in the process of learning about Carrara and digital art. Currently, an illustrated book is nearing completion and work has begun on a visual novel game. Christine lives with her husband and the dog and two cats who tell them what to do.