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by ngeplapr on 31 May 2020 for Rookie Awards 2020

I wanted to show some of the most valuable projects that I have done lately, making an emphasis on the progress that I have been built over the time.

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I wanted to show some of the most valuable projects that I have done in the past three years, making an emphasis on the progress that I have been built over the time. I will develop a comparison between the kind of pictures I've made back in college and now that I’m swimming in the visual world with the knowledge that the current master I’m in is giving me. All of this in the search of having a better way to express my art.

PROJECT 01: Life and Death in Jalisco

This project reflects the importance of mixing life and death in a same environment, since in the Mexican society is something with a huge relevance. It was created in Mexico when I have the chance to travel there as I receive a scholarship.  


March 2020

Old picture, September 2017

PROJECT 02: Cottage for the soul

I wanted to refer to the 4 elements earth, water, air and fire. The cabin allows to have a view of the lake, the mountains, the sky and inside you have a beautiful chimney.

April 2020

Old picture, May 2018

PROJECT 03: Xian International Train Station

In the future Xi'an International Community intends to be an open window of "the new China" towards the world, the significance of its train station as the place of meeting, exchange and contrast offers a perfect opportunity to explore the imminent re-politicization of the intersection between nature and technology in the cities of the near future.

May 2020

Old picture, December 2019

CREATIVE PROGRESS

I develop a personal process that normally follow in my projects. First, I search references and I make my composition later I take care of geometry, lighting and textures using 3dMax. Finally, I review everything to take care of any mistakes and I go to postproduction with after effects and/or Photoshop.


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