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Kelly Dochy

France,  Paris LISAA Paris,  3D animation,  June 15, 2015
French-Mexican-American, I am in my third year of a 3D animation cursus at LISAA (l'institut supérieur des arts appliqués). I specialize in Lighting, Rendering, and Compositing. I am fascianted by the power of lighting in storytelling!
  • Compositing
  • Concept Art
  • Design
  • Editing
  • Generalist (all)
  • Lighting
  • Rotoscoping
  • Texture Painting
  • Maya
  • Mental Ray
  • Nuke
  • Photoshop
  • V-Ray
Adobe
  • VFX/ANIMATION
  • Student of the Year
  • 969 Page Views
  • 10 Images
  • March 31, 2015
My showreel, specialized in lighting, rendering, and compositing, consists of 5 seperate sequences. The first displays the work I did for my second year film project "Tati Quoi?", done on Maya, Mental Ray, and Nuke, and includes render pass and compositing breakdowns of several scenes. The second work is pseudo-advert "pack-shot style" of an Art Nouveau style absinthe bottle, done for my compositing class, in Maya, Mental Ray, and Nuke. I modeled, shaded, lighted, rendered, and composited all the elements in the video. The third sequence is a chiarascuro-inflected "digital still life", a personal project, shaded, lighted, rendered, and composited in Maya, Arnold renderer, and Nuke. The fourth work is an experimental non-narrative short film, done by transforming live action footage with Nuke into a strange, hallucinatory universe. The fifth sequence is a 3D/motion graphics advert I created for STid electronic identification, a control access company based in Gréasque, France, during a two month unpaid internship (August and September 2014), using Maya, Mental Ray, Nuke and Adobe Prèmiere for the motion graphics.

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