Robert Generette III
April 27, 8:30am - 10:00am EDT. Hosted at Woolly Mammoth
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About the speaker
Robert Generette III is an award winning illustrator, educator and self-proclaimed “vector art monster” based in the Washington, DC Metropolitan Area. Under the pseudonym Rob Zilla III, he uses an iPad Pro with Apple Pencil to create compelling sports illustrations and portraitures for clients ranging from Nike, NBA (Wizards & Warriors), Major League Soccer (L.A. Galaxy & D.C. United), ESPN, Cycle, XBOX and Adobe. Rob attributes his success to traditional art experiences, layer management and his willingness to try new things with Adobe CC mobile applications.
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