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Employment History

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George Mason University


Teacher

The CGSociety


Draughtsman and Painter


CG WORKSHOPS


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reDISCOVER Boston :: AMI 61st Annual Conference

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Rebecca Kimmel
Rebecca Kimmel In her workshop Rebecca Kimmel will draw on her extensive formal training under master instructors Burne Hogarth, Harry Carmean and Richard Bunkall to instill the basics required to accurately and faithfully interpret the human form in traditional media (charcoal pencil). Workshop participants will draw from the live model using the media of their choice, though Rebecca will be doing demos using General's 6B pencils on newsprint. Participants are requested to bring their own materials, including newsprint sketchpad and drawing board (18" x 36"), several 6B charcoal pencils, exacto knife, sandpaper pad and kneaded eraser. About the Instructor Rebecca Kimmel studied Illustration at the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California. She produced graphic content for CD-ROM delivery with clients including the Department of Justice, the Department of Homeland Security, the Department of Energy, FEMA, the FBI, the EPA, the Army, Navy, Air Force and Marines. She taught two CGWorkshops for the CGSociety and, in 2005, created the Artistic Anatomy and Figurative Art forum which she moderates on CGTalk.com, the world's largest computer graphics website. Rebecca's teaching was recently featured in a CGFeature Article, Opposing Curves. While Rebecca is accomplished in traditional media and technique, she is also highly skilled in digital delivery using the standard graphics programs of Maya, After Effects, Photoshop, Illustrator and Premiere. At heart, however, Rebecca is a draughtsman and painter with a desire to share her enthusiasm for both traditional and digital drawing and painting with the global CG community. She is currently a full time student completing a Master of Fine Arts degree in Digital Art at George Mason University in Virginia with the aim of extending her career to teach digital art, drawing and painting at the college level.


CGSociety - Opposing Curves

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Friday, 20 January 2006Opposing Curves - Drawing Lessons: Opposing Curves with Rebecca KimmelCGSociety - Opposing CurvesRebecca Kimmel


CGWorkshops Biography - Rebecca Kimmel

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About Rebecca KimmelCGWorkshops Biography - Rebecca KimmelRebecca Kimmel studied Illustration at the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California under master instructors Burne Hogarth, Harry Carmean, and Richard Bunkall among others.Rebecca has previously taught two CGWorkshops, Drawing on the Past and Figuratively Speaking.While Rebecca is well accomplished in traditional media and technique she is also highly skilled in digital delivery primarily using the standard graphics programs of Maya, After Effects, Photoshop, Illustrator, and Premiere in her work.At heart, however, Rebecca is a draughtsman and painter with a desire to share her enthusiasm for both Traditional and Digital Drawing and Painting with the global CG community through her Anatomy Review, Artistic Anatomy and Figurative Art Forums on CGTalk and through CGWorkshops' courses.Rebecca's training and experience have allowed her to fill a unique niche introducing time proven, traditional technique to artists who are primarily digitally trained.Rebecca is currently completing a Master of Fine Arts degree in Digital Art at George Mason University in Virginia with the aim of extending her career to teach Digital Art, Drawing, and Painting at the college level.with Rebecca Kimmel In this new course Rebecca Kimmel will draw on her extensive formal training under master instructors Burne Hogarth, Harry Carmean, and Richard Bunkall to instill the basics required to accurately and faithfully interpret the human form.Rebecca will help artists improve their understanding of the human form with a series of lectures and demonstrations.The skills learnt will be put to good use during the exciting 2 minute, 5 minute and 15 minute sketch challenges and formal assignments, which occur weekly.This course is a must for any 2D artists wanting to gain the necessary skills to illustrate accurate human figures.However the technical study of the human body will also provide an excellent grounding for 3d modelers and texturers who enjoy drawing/painting and who intend to model accurate depictions of the human form." Rebecca.Thank you ---Thank you--- Thank you!" Rebecca, your shining enthusiasm contributed more than anything to my motivation in this course . This workshop's convivial and supportive atmosphere made learning and applying the various concepts a real blast, and for that I thank you all greatly! "with Rebecca Kimmel In this new course Rebecca Kimmel will draw on her extensive formal training under master instructors Burne Hogarth, Harry Carmean, and Richard Bunkall to instill the basics required to accurately and faithfully interpret the human form.Rebecca will help artists improve their understanding of the human form with a series of lectures and demonstrations.with Rebecca Kimmel In this course Rebecca Kimmel will draw on her extensive formal training under master instructors Burne Hogarth, Harry Carmean, and Richard Bunkall to instill the basics required to accurately and faithfully interpret the human form.Rebecca will work from the 'inside out' studying skeletal, musculatory and anatomical form as a basis for excellent figurative illustration.


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Rebecca Kimmel, 318 Duncaster, Houston, TX 77079 Student


CGWorkshop Instructors

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REBECCA KIMMEL Rebecca KimmelRebecca Kimmel studied Illustration at the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California under master instructors Burne Hogarth, Harry Carmean, and Richard Bunkall among others.


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