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Maxon launches the latest range of its 3D and Motion Design Show


Maxon recently announced the lineup for the 3D and Motion Design Show, the latest in its series of free, artist-focused streaming shows for 3D and motion design artists. On May 18, viewers can expect to see today’s leading digital artists showcase their personal projects and demonstrate workflow management techniques using the recently released Maxon suite of creative tools. including Cinema 4D, Redshift, Red Giant and ZBrush.

The presentations will be streamed live and are available on demand shortly thereafter on 3DMotionShow.com as well as Maxon’s YouTube channel.

Presenters include:

Michael Rosen is the director of Sampliistic Media, a motion design and creative post-production company just north of San Francisco. He has worked on a number of freelance and commercial projects which have seen him work with a plethora of top brands such as Samsung, Microsoft, Salesforce, Subway, NBC, FedEx, MTV, Honda and more.

Mehdi Hadi is a VFX motion graphics designer and concept designer, specializing in motion graphics. He enjoys working with particles and fluid simulation, and his list of projects includes title sequences, broadcast graphics, animation for computer games, corporate videos, television commercials, and animated shorts.

Ross Morris, also known as RAM3DDA, is a multidisciplinary digital artist who creates 3D renderings and animations. Alongside his freelance career, he is also the founder of Cryptobiotica, a blockchain-based biotech lab that spearheads the study of digital lifeforms.

Will Harvey, also known as REVILO, is a digital artist and motion designer. As a freelance artist, he has had the opportunity to work on concert visuals and/or digital art for musicians such as Lil Uzi Vert, G-Eazy, City Girls, Megan Thee Stallion, SHAQ and Lil Nas X.

In addition to the 3D and Motion Design Show, Maxon hosts a number of online webinars each week for users who want more frequent access to cutting-edge tips and tricks for getting the most out of their creative tools.