YouTube Geek Week

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In honor of YouTube Geek Week, YouTube Trends Manager Kevin Allocca and Stan Winston School’s Matt Winston joined us live to share their 9′ 9″ Giant Robot Mech built in conjunction with Legacy F/X and Wired.

Stan Winston School of Character Arts is an educational media company dedicated to teaching the art and science of character creation.  SWSCA is partnered with the majority of Hollywood’s top effects artists and studios to develop, produce, and distribute ultra-high quality online Creature FX video tutorials teaching the innovative techniques and processes used to create cinema’s most memorable characters. SWSCA’s educational content is subscription-based and will cover the full spectrum of character effects, from traditional approaches to the state-of-the-art Hybrid Practical/Digital Approach that has become the cornerstone of today’s box office hits

For more information visit the Stan Winston School website or YouTube page.

During the first ever YouTube Geek Week (August 4-10), more than 100 of the top YouTube channels will unveil amazing new videos and all-new series premieres, as well as some pretty creative YouTube collaborations to help fans everywhere discover their ‘inner geek.’ Each of the days will have a special theme with specially curated content such as “Blockbuster Day” with host Freddie Wong and “Super Day” with Stan Lee’s World of Heroes channel. For more information, please visit YouTube Geek Week online.

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