I like spicing things up!
Technicolor – Los Angeles, CA
The Nuke Artist is responsible for seamlessly integrating all the layers or elements of a shot, including live-action and computer graphic elements. They work closely with Visual Effects Supervisor and CG Lead to composite the numerous elements that complete visual-effects shots.
Working in collaboration with the Compositing Supervisor and Visual Effects Supervisor to evaluate the creative and technical approach to assigned shots
Taking briefs and direction from Lead Compositors and VFX Supervisors to execute assigned shots
Working with a good knowledge of color space principles
An excellent working knowledge of and production experience with Nuke, Flame and/or After Effects
A familiarity with working with multiple render passes
A pro-active and collaborative work ethic
The ability to multitask, prioritize and problem solve
Suzi’s Cover Letter:
Dear Art of Warsters,
I think war sucks. But if you’re gonna fight, you might as well do it in style. Like Game of Thrones. Everything is so attractive, and their clothes are, like, on point. So why shouldn’t weapons be cute?
Here’s how I would make a nuke cool:
We could make them colored or patterned. And the mushroom cloud should be pink. If you’re gonna melt, then melt in a fabulous way!
I'm just your average girl who wants a kick-ass life and... love! If I could be a superhero, that would be AWESOME! I'm currently a "phone actress" looking for a really cool career. Don't get me wrong-- I love giving a hand to dudes who need someone to chat with. Everybody needs somebody! But, my parents keep telling me I need a respectable job. Sigh.