“Três João” is a short student film from PUC-Rio’s Cinema college, in which I had the pleasure to contribute with visual effects for it’s last scene.
the scene required two goldenfishes jumping against each other in an open ocean, filmed by the recording crew. they were sculpted in ZBrush, rendered with Arnold, composited in After-Effects and everything else done in Softimage.
yesterday was my girlfriend’s birthday and alongside her gift I wanted to make a picture of her. here is the result, entirely done with Photoshop’s brushes ::
It’s always good to know something more. HTML and CSS were on my learning list for a while, and I feel very appreciate to have finally learned them.
reel of the virtual inserts I’ve been doing at Globosat. They all play at the midgame of soccer matches of SporTV’s channel.
mostly modeled and animated in Softimage and assembled and shaded in Viz Artist, for the live playback.
please watch it in HD. And thanks, hope you enjoy ::
Last week Globosat Network was contemplated with an Promaxbda Global Excellence Award for it’s Olympics Games package, under the specialized category of Art Direction & Design: Special Event Campain (Olympics) for 2013.
This Award means a lot for the whole team, which worked united as ever to deliver the best broadcast graphics. Our team was in charge of the realtime graphics and virtuals, done in VizRT. Here’s a little snippet of how we’re happy ::
Creative Manager :: Manuel Falcão
Designers :: André Calabria, Marcelo Penna, Gerson Amaral, Bruno Guerra, Eduardo Lima, Adolfo Fisher, Renan Araújo, Ed Schiffer, Ricardo Cortaz, Robledo Guerra
Creative Coords :: Stânio Soares, Eduardo Felipe
Production Coord :: Ricardo Leo
Production Asst :: Vanessa Forton
Sound Designers :: Eduardo Couto, Jonas Sá
Demonstration of the Legolize ICE compound used for Gloob, Globosat’s children channel.
The online programming course is finally done, and I’ve got my digital certificate! ^^
It was an amazing experience to learn from the very best at my own phase. I’d recommend anyone to seriously take a look at e-learning services, specially edX.org