This is the masters project I did for the MA Digital Effects. This project shows the transformation of a common girl into a fairy, with the magic of a necklace. The aim of this scene was to create a particle system wrapping the real life actress and create the wings. Besides creating the 3D assets, the acquisition and integration were crucial to create the piece.
The software used for this video: Houdini and Nuke.
The following video shows the making of Transformation.
CV 2017 – English
In the middle of the desert a cube made of mirrors is floating. The lights coming from the inside of the mirror open a portal to another dimension. On the other side a city emerges: An old neighbourhood with the skyscrapers of the financial district behind.
This year I had the opportunity to take part in the organization of Huhezinema, the Basque short film festival.
This is an event organized every year by some of the 4th grade audio visual communication students. So this year I could be in the organization team. I was in the production team but I also created the poster of one of the categories. Continue reading
There are more than 6000 languages in the world, but only the 4% of those languages are spoken by the 97% of the planet’s population. I’m inside that number, because my mother tongue is Spanish, one of the world’s most spoken language. However, I’m also in the other one, because my second language is Basque.
Fifty years ago this language was almost dead, but now it has recover and we are about one million of proud speakers.
One of this years main project has been the recording of a TV show. The local telebision Goiena wanted to broadcast a show about the 9 towns from the valley where the University is located.
My team got Antzuola, and this is the result (In Basque):
This are the videos we made in Advanced edition class. Most of them are individual works (individual edition), however, there is one team work, the transformation of our university in Hogwarts. Continue reading
This is one of the last short films we had to record last year. In it we had to adapt a Basque tale into a short film. We chose Arantxa Iturbe’s “Pañuelo gorria lepoan” (The red shawl). Continue reading