I’ve been curious to try out fluid dynamics simulations in a 3D package for a while now. The image above is my first test using RealFlow together with Cinema 4D. It’s a very powerful tool, but also one that is very demanding on hardware. RealFlow works as a standalone program, but I started inside of C4D, […]
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As a fan of sci-fi, I’ve always been intrigued by the idea of portals. In honor of TV shows and films like Sliders and Stargate, here’s a test of Cesar going through a portal, from an undisclosed location in Downtown Los Angeles, to… well, the verdict is still out on that one.
The motion tests continue with more footage from the same shoot as my earlier fireball test. My laptop recently died on me, but luckily I was able to salvage the files. Thanks to Cesar Vargas again for his acting skills, he got totally into it. This is a rough cut of a motion tracking and […]
I was recently called upon by the Los Angeles community clinic, Clínica Monsenor Oscar A Romero, also know as simply, Clínica Romero, to help promote their upcoming fundraiser at Suede Bar and Lounge, at the Westin Bonaventure Hotel in Downtown. The clinic takes its name from the famous late Salvadorian Archbishop, Oscar Romero, who was assassinated for speaking […]
I recently was called up again by LAtinas – LAtina Public Service Academy, an education and professional mentorship program targeting girls from primarily Latino areas of Los Angeles, this time, to help promote their upcoming mixer at Yxta, the trendy bar and Mexican restaurant located in Los Angeles’ Arts District. With the colorfulness of the venue […]
Here is the initial print/e-flyer I designed for the upcoming community event, “Christmas in July,” brought to the people of Los Angeles by California State Senator Holly J. Mitchell. This will be the 4th year Senator Mitchell (formerly State Assemblywoman Mitchell) has put on the event, which helps promote fun, healthy living, education, and family […]
Just a basic VFX test shot, set up as simply as possible (stationary, on a tripod). My main priority here, and in most video/motion tests you may see throughout my blog, is practicing techniques and tools to achieve effects I find cool. But I do need to get around to practicing some storytelling at some […]
Here’s the latest flyer I’ve made for the American Marketing Association Los Angeles. I worked in a bit of my iconography work for illustrate the theme of the evening – determining marketing attribution across different platforms and points in the shopping and product discover journey.
Here is what the final event flyer for the LAtinas Launch Party ended up looking like. I continued the look I established with the initial “save the date,” for the most part. One important addition was the logos of all the sponsoring companies, including, most prominently, the Southern California Gas Company, as the biggest donor. […]
I’ve made yet another flyer for an AMA/Marketing Analytics Group event. This time Jeremy Vandervoet, Marketing Director at Nestle, will be discussing the launch and campaign performance tracking behind Butterfinger Cups (essentially a Butterfinger version of Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups, another Nestle property). The Butterfinger Cups were launched with a big splash with a Superbowl […]