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Office Hours: Building BIG Structures with Monster City Studios

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Join ZBrush Summit 2020 speaker James Powell to hear more about how he uses Formlabs printers to bring big projects to life. Monster City Studios specializes in large scale builds for museums, theme parks, and experiential marketing, and their client list has some big names such as Disney and Nike! Their Fresno, CA shop houses 3D printers, but also spans large scale CNC, steel/metal work, carpentry, fiberglass, thermoforming, foam carving, and scenic painting. In this session, master fabricator James Powell talks about their go-to workflows, and the way their digital tools all work together.

What you will learn:

  • See what Monster City’s small crew can do under one roof in Fresno, CA
  • Learn how large scale builds are enabled by a diverse set of fabrication tools
  • Discuss how the studio’s tools can be used to solve problems beyond entertainment design

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James Powell

Founder, Monster City Studios

If creativity could be bottled and sold, James would make a fortune. He has oodles of the stuff. As a child prodigy, James began building models, but they weren’t any ordinary models like most of us have built – from a kit – passing out from the smell of glue.Having done projects for companies such as Disney, Paramount Pictures, the Cartoon Network, Sony and others, as well as projects for notable celebrities and high profile clients, James has been able to apply years of industry experience to helping Monster City develop memorable, award-winning creations. We’re still searching for ways to bottle all that creativity.