In this course you’ll learn the art of key frame cinematic illustration for films from Alex Mandradjiev.
This course will consist of eight modules of on-demand lessons and demonstrations.
You'll get instant access to all training and have the luxury of moving through the course at your own pace and on your own schedule. You can also download lectures and watch from anywhere without being tethered to the Internet.
In this course, the goal is to create good-looking and interesting cinematic illustrations. We will be focusing on composition, mood, lighting, and color. Assignments and topics covered will gear towards creating illustrated key frames that help tell a story moment for cinema. We will constantly be observing and studying film composition. The point is to surrender to what drives your imagination and inspires strong emotion. We want to express our ideas in an honest and intelligent way.
Skill Level: Intermediate
Course Format: On Demand
Lecture Type: Recorded video lectures
Assignment: Per module
Work with composition, mood, storytelling, and lighting & color elements.
Know how to analyze films and gather references.
Understand how to break down a cinematic shot.
Know how to work with sequential frames.
Our Industry-Standard curriculum is built together with today's best artists to bring you the highest quality training possible. Achieve your dreams today.
Alexander Mandradjiev has been working over thirteen years for the motion picture industry as a cinematic illustrator. Alexander has worked with directors and production designers on titles like: Black Swan, Lincoln, The Dark Tower, Edge of Tomorrow, Rise of The Planet of the Apes, Empire V, Electric Dreams (TV Series), X-Men: First Class, Snowpiercer (TV Series), Doctor Strange, Spider-Man: Homecoming, Black Panther, Avengers: Infinity War and many more. Alexander is a IATSE Local 800 ADG member working in Los Angeles.
Enter your name and email below to be notified when Registration opens for the next term. Don't do this alone!