Wednesday, November 23, 2011

An SVA alumna, who is a current Masters student at NYU, Yennypher Fernandez is looking for help on her thesis, and needs an illustrator. If you are interested, below is her email. Happy thanksgiving to all, Rhonda ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Hi Everybody, This is Yennypher (Praxis Fernandez). I am looking for an Illustrator/Matte Painter to help me with my thesis project. Please share this message with your friends, colleagues, etc. I really appreciate your help. -Yennypher. NYU Graduate Thesis Student SEEKS: ILLUSTRATOR / MATTE PAINTER. I am looking for an Illustrator to work with for my thesis film, “Butterflies in my Belly: An Expressionist Fairytale”. I need Photo-real 2K Matte Paintings. * References attached to this message. The first three illustrations compose an interior shot of a narrow, dark room in the style of the German Expressionist films of the 1920-30's. B&W * Expressionism seeks to reduce objects and spaces to their bare minimum through jarring composition, distorted lines and a sense of claustrophobia. Expressionist artists sought to express meaning or emotional experience rather than physical reality. The term is sometimes suggestive of emotional angst. - From Wikipedia. 4th Painting is completely different and much more detailed: a subversive, bizarre children's paradise, an enchanted forest filled with bright, vivid colors; referencing the lowbrow, pop surrealism movement, Alice in Wonderland, fairytales and the photographs of Tim Walker. Your creative input will be encouraged and valued. This is a collaborative project, and a great opportunity to build a diverse portfolio. No pay but a small compensation will be provided. If interested, please contact me, Jennypher A. Fernandez at : Subject: Illustrator/Matte Painter. -- - Praxis Fernandez * "It is not by spectacular achievement that man can be transformed, but by will". - Henrik Ibsen. * "Failure is unimportant. It takes courage to make a fool of yourself." - Charlie Chaplin.

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