Posts Tagged ‘production pipeline’

Cogswell Presents: Nye Warburton

Thursday, November 6th, 2014
Cogswell College Presents: Nye Warburton
Cogswell Presents: Nye Warburton
Tuesday, November 11th
12:45 – 1:30
Dragon’s Den

Students!
Do you find yourself starting projects that never get finished, or find yourself swimming in awesome ideas and never do anything with them? Come see Nye on Tuesday to learn how to…

Finish it! How to take your creative ideas and finish the project.
Tips from the industry. How to go from idea to final film, or final game, or whatever you are building. A little bit of project management, a little bit of creative advice and a little bit about the business and how to get your work out there.

About Nye:
Nye Warburton is an animator, cartoonist, game designer and artist. His graduate thesis film, Magnetism, landed him in the Los Angeles animation industry in 2004. He spent a decade at studios like Electronic Arts, Sony Imageworks, Fox, Blur, Proof, Digital Domain and  The Third Floor. He has worked on 30+ high budget films including Monster House, Thor, Battleship, Men in Black III and Oblivion. He has had development deals with Fox Animation and Comedy Central, as well working on several independently funded animation and game projects.

Nye currently works as a creative director for start ups, out of his office space in downtown Los Angeles. Visit him online at http://nyewarburton.com

Cogswell Alum Ernest Chan Interviewed in LightWave Newsletter

Wednesday, July 28th, 2010

NikDigital

Nick Digital is in the spotlight this month, and Ernest Chan, CG Supervisor, Post Production Department, talked about how his talented team of artists use LightWave in their production pipeline to create their outstanding work for Nickelodeon Studios in Burbank.

You might have heard of some of the characters they have worked on? SpongeBob SquarePants, The Fairly OddParents, Invader Zim, Jimmy Neutron, Avatar: The Last Airbender.

You can read the interview here. Thanks, Ernest for the Cogswell shout out.

-Michael Martin, Dean of the College