|12 December 2011||#61|
Join Date: Apr 2002
Originally Posted by MatheusMaia: thanks for anwser!
so, I have more one question
What the sensation when you see your job in movies? I think is surreal, right?
It's always very jarring. Because you stare at a single shot or asset for so long, and it foes by so quickly in the film. The moment it shows up on screen you are completely removed from the movie, then when it's over (2 seconds later) you can get back to enjoying the film as a film.
Anyways, thanks for the extra questions, I think Paul wants us to close up shop here, please feel free to email me if you have more questions, just visit my site http://www.neilblevins.com.
|01 January 2012||#63|
New York, USA
Join Date: Jan 2012
Originally Posted by PaulHellard: Hey there,
It is with great pleasure I present this 'Meet the Artist' thread to accompany the Artist Profile of Neil Blevins. A long time coming too, as Neil has been in the industry, blowing viewers away with his modeling, lighting and texturing finesse for years, both at Blur Studio and then at Pixar Animation Studios in Emeryville. He has also been submitting to our books across at Ballistic since the original EXPOSÉ.
Click the image to go to the artist profile and return with your questions.
Please make him welcome. He'll be online soon.
your tutorials always helpful for me
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