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WOLF & CROW : Bjork’s Family Music Video

Well, kids… IT’S OUT!! Bjork is an artist I’ve been a fan of for a loooong time (can you believe Homogenic came out in 1997?!!?) and I feel super privileged to have been a part of this project at Wolf & Crow and to have helped bring Andy’s vision to life.
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LOGAN : The Order 1886 Game Trailer

During my internship at Logan, I got to work on this trailer for The Order. It was my first taste of Houdini in production, and it was amazing to learn from Houdini masters like Alvaro Segura & Rick Fuentealba, and to work alongside my fellow Gnomonite, Adad Morales.
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GNOMON : RealFlow Sand Castle Test

My first big-ish RealFlow Sim. Definitely still a work-in-progress.
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GNOMON : Matchmoving and Integration : Robot Buddy

Josh Carlson and I teamed up for our matchmoving project. We decided to create a series of shots for an infomercial selling a Robot Buddy. Here are a few of our shots so far… All of these shots were filmed by us in our HD Filmmaking class last term. Some were tracked by me, some by Josh. Some
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GNOMON : Commercial Production Techniques : Coke Bottle

Lit and textured using V-Ray in Maya. Composited in Nuke. Hi-res models provided. Cherry Coke is the un-official drink of the students of Gnomon in the VFX Animation track.
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GNOMON : Dynamics : Jello Simulation

When I was first playing with DMM, I didn’t know what I was doing really, and I got a bit frustrated. SO I decided I needed to make things fun… and I made this. For some reason, it makes me really happy. I hope it is the same for you hahhahah Created in Maya with V-Ray and DMM.
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GNOMON : Dynamics : Fire!

After our class introducing us to fire in Maya fluids, I created this. Yes, it is a paint effects tree I converted to polys. Don’t judge me.
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GNOMON : Commercial Production Techniques : Lighting Exercise

    The assignment? To take a quality 3d scan of a man’s head (provided by the instructor) and to try to match the lighting in a photograph as best as we could in Maya. Then, into Photoshop to make some magic!! I might’ve gone a bit too far hehee    
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