Category Archives: Work

Promax Award for SporTV’s Olympics Games package

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

I Feel Orange

Remember I was rigging and animating in Softimage? Well, the short is finished and published inside Facebook.  It’s part of a website we developed here at CasaDigital:

I was in charge of the rigging, shading, lighting, simulation, rendering, compositing and some of the modeling and animation. The biggest challenge was the liquid simulation at the opening. I have never done it and took quite a few time, but working with Lagoa was amazing.

There were some modeling done in 3ds Max, but all the rest was Softimage, rendered with mental ray. If you prefer: Youtube link (Youtube compression made everything too dark…)

other credits:
script – Luiz Eduardo KuhnerHugo Monteiro and Cesar da Matta
direction and storyboard – Renan de Moraes
animation – Felipe Simões and Renan de Moraes
modeling – Felipe Simões and Hugo Mattos

finally online

hi! I’ve just started this blog to publish the work I’ve been doing.

I’m working at Casa Digital, mostly doing ArchViz, but also rigging and animating in Softimage. We’ve just uploaded a site about all the infrastructures changes the city of Rio de Janeiro is having for it’s upcoming Olympics. This one below is the “Tomorrow Museum”, designed by Santiago Calatrava, and the image below links to the official site.