You are invited to join us for an info session with RISD (Rhode Island School of Design). Come and learn more about RISD and ask any questions you might have in regards to admission process. The admission officer from RISD will be at Kazone on October 24th, Monday from 7-8 PM for a brief presentation of school programs and admission proces.
Email us at email@example.com to reserve your spot. Please provide us with attendees full name. This info session is FREE and limited to 50 guests only.
Snacks and refreshments will be provided.
Kazone Art Presents ONE-DAY Intensive Workshop with Robh Ruppel & Kim Jung Gi
Art Fundamentals: The Elements & Principles of Art
Date: JULY 31, 2016 (SUNDAY)
Time: 10AM – 6PM
Location: 4850 Barranca Parkway #201 Irvine, CA. 92604
Limited to 50 seats
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* Lunch & refreshments will be provided
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During three-hour lecture, Master Kim and founder of Superani (Hyun Jin) will provide an exclusive lecture on human anatomy & character design process with a live model. Master Kim will also share his coloring process using watercolor. Robh will focus on value design, color interaction, and working within specific value ranges & shape design.
Robh Ruppel worked for TSR for several years beginning in 1992, producing cover and interior art for products from the Forgotten Realms, Dragonlance, and Ravenloft settings, among others. In 1994, he began producing artwork for the Planescape setting as well, which constituted the majority of this career with TSR. When TSR was purchased by Wizards of the Coast, he also illustrated cards for Magic: The Gathering. He also worked as a teacher at the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California, where he previously studied industrial design and illustration as a student.
Currently, Robh work as a production designer and concept artist working in games and feature films. He art directed Meet the Robinsons and Brother Bear for Disney. He won Best Art Direction for Uncharted 2.
About Kim Jung Gi
Kim Jung Gi is an established artist from South Korea whose art work has attracted the international attention of millions over the last few years.
He has the ability to visualize the drawing before making his marks. With mental pictures, he can draw without a photographic reference.
“I observe things all the time. I don’t take references while I’m drawing, but I’m always collecting visual resources. I observe them carefully on daily basis, almost habitually. I study images of all sorts and genres, “Kim said, adding that he’s been passionate about art since he was a kid.”
Since 2007, he has published three Sketchbooks which contain more than 2,200 pages of his monumental art work.