Pixel Art Workshop
KHOJ organised a Pixel Art workshop with Indonesian artist Oomleo for graphic designers, digital artists, photographers and newbieS alike. The artist shared his techniques and perspectives on creating pixel art during the workshop.
About this programme
KHOJ and Mocha Arthouse collaborated to organise this Pixel Art Workshop.
Organiser’s Note, 2009:
Oomleo is a pixel artist from Indonesia and presently an Artist-In-Residence at KHOJ International Artists Association; he is also exhibiting his work at Mocha Arthouse in New Delhi.
Oomleo is taking this Saturday off to share his techniques and perspectives on creating pixel art. This is an all-day session and would be enriching for graphic designers, digital artists, photographers and newbies alike.
We are looking for a total of 10-12 participants.
Participants are required to bring their own laptops with Adobe Photoshop installed and preferably a stylus (wacom and the like) if possible. A basic understanding of Photoshop, drawing, composition ar, and design will help too.
Session Overview :
Showcase – Preview
Isometric Drawing and Illustration
Software and Tools
Setting up Photoshop
Output, Web, Setting and Printing Matters
Conversations and Quick Artworks
The workshop starts at 11am, lunch shall be served at 2 PM. The session ends at 6 PM with an informal gathering afterwards.
For workshop registration, please send an email to email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org stating the following.
Reason for interest in masterclass:
Registrations close on the 27th November 2009.
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