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61  VFX Industry News & Information / Vancouver VFX Job Leads / May 24, 2011 - Visual Effects Studio seeking Senior level VFX Sup/Compositor on: June 01, 2011, 03:27:42 PM
Vancouver based Visual Effects Studio seeking Senior level VFX Sup/Compositor

Qualified candidates must have:

- a substantial industry contact and client base, and a proven track record in attracting and retaining VFX projects from studios in Canada and internationally;
- senior level experience in visual effects production and post-production supervision/management, including:
- on-set supervision for television, features and commercials;
- budgeting for television and feature film projects;
- resource scheduling;
- managing feature films, television and commercial projects;
- negotiation of visual effects contracts;
- supervision of visual effects productions; and
- advanced skills in compositing, including experience working with Nuke.

The successful candidate will have superior communication, creative and technical skills, the ability to work in a team environment, and a proven capacity to bring in projects on time and on budget

If you meet the above qualifications, please submit your resume and sample reel to jobs@leviathan-studios.com

Please include “Senior VFX Supervisor” in the subject line
62  VFX Industry News & Information / Vancouver VFX Job Leads / May 24, 2011 -Matte Painter for Method Studios- LA - NYC - Vancouver on: June 01, 2011, 03:18:30 PM
Matte Painter for Method Studios- LA - NYC - Vancouver
Based in Los Angeles, with locations in London and New York, Method is a leading post production facility providing a full range of visual effects services.
As an artist driven company Method is built around an exceptional team of VFX professionals who have created award winning visual effects for Feature Film, Commercials and Music Videos.

Recent feature credits for Method include; “Nightmare on Elm Street”, “Sorcerer’s Apprentice”, “Let Me In”, “Life as we Know it” and “Gulliver’s Travel”.
Current shows in production include, “Captain America”, “X-men”, “Cristiada”, “This Means War” and “Wrath of the Titans”.

Required Skills & Experience:
Expert working knowledge of photoshop
A minimum of 3 years VFX industry experience as a digital matte painter in a feature film, tv or commercials environment
Experience creating digital paintings of photo realistic environments based on concept art and/or photo reference
Demonstrable experience integrating matte painting’s into 3D environments using Maya and/or Nuke is beneficial
Possess a strong understanding of light, colour and perspective
Possess excellent artistic communication skills as well as an excellent eye for detail
Sound knowledge and understanding of visual effects pipelines, production and implementation, as well as the ability to work well in a team
A good understanding of 2D and 3D workflows within a feature film environment
Knowledge of Vue software a plus
Maya and Nuke software a plus
All candidates must be able to demonstrate prior experience working on high-end VFX projects with the submission of a show reel and detailed shot breakdown.

Reels/Resumes can be sent to: method-la-recruiting@methodstudios.com
63  VFX Industry News & Information / Vancouver VFX Job Leads / May 16th, 2011 - Gener8 - Looking for Match-move Artist on: May 30, 2011, 09:51:44 PM
Gener8 is looking for a Matchmove Artist! - May 16th, 2011, 12:02 PM

Matchmove Artist

Location: Vancouver

Open Positions: 1

About G83D

G83D is an industry leading developer of stereoscopic 3D solutions and technologies. We have developed advanced proprietary software and patented technologies, resulting in a highly economical and superior quality stereoscopic 3D solution. With endorsements from James Cameron and Lightstorm Entertainment, we believe that converting existing 2D films into 3D versions will give movie lovers an enhanced experience viewing their favourite films.

Summary of the Role

The Matchmove Artist is responsible for reproducing the geometry, camera movement and object movement of a live action shot in a 3D environment.

General Duties & Responsibilities:
Tracking both camera and objects to match live-action footage in a 3D environment.
Maintaining consistent shot quality.
Working with the Art Lead to define any specific matchmove tools required and identify any additions or modifications to our existing toolset.
Qualifications:
Proven Matchmove experience (2-5 years) in a large feature-film VFX production environment.
Must be proficient in Boujou. Experience with Maya and Silhouette is an asset.
Knowlege of Nuke and tracking in Nuke is an advantage.
Must be able to model and manipulate geometry for scene reconstruction and to aid tracking.
Candidates should demonstrate a good eye for detail and precision with strong problem-solving skill.
Must have a solid understanding of camera moves and filming techniques.
General understanding of Linux/Unix-based operating systems.
Submission Process:

If you are interested in this position, please submit your resume , a link to your demo reel to recruiting@gener8.com. Demo reels attached directly to e-mails will not be accepted. Please use a website like Dropbox.
64  VFX Industry News & Information / Vancouver VFX Job Leads / May 17th, 2011 - MPC Vancouver - Various VFX positions available on: May 30, 2011, 09:49:15 PM
MPC Vancouver has various positions available check out http://www.moving-picture.com/index.php/recruitment.html

Here is an example of one the the job postings

MPC Vancouver: Mid-level Compositor - May 17th, 2011, 04:29 PM
Position Summary:

MPC Vancouver are looking for experienced film VFX Compositors to join our team in 2011.

  • Duties and Responsibilities:
    Tackling the compositing of shots effectively
    Briefing junior compositors when the dividing of shots into tasks (e.g. roto-scoping) is required
    Delivering final shots that are creatively and technically excellent
    Requirements:
    Experience with Nuke is essential
    Experience working in a Linux environment
    Good understanding of photography and film, and how the interactions of light, lenses and film emulsions make up the image
    Some understanding of the whole digital film pipeline, from scanner to film recorder
    Ability to take direction and structure working practice so that design changes can be efficiently made
    Desire to learn from others and to take on increasingly challenging shots
    Completion of University (or equivalent) and/or at least 3 years relevant experience
Details: Location: Vancouver, Canada  Start Date: Various Duration: Project based
If this position sounds of interest then please apply via our website http://www.moving-picture.com/index.php/recruitment/jobsvancouverfilm.

We look forward to hearing from you!
65  VFX Industry News & Information / VFX News / VFX STUDENTS GET GORY AT SPECIAL EFFECTS WOUND WORKSHOP on: January 05, 2011, 05:24:18 PM
VFX STUDENTS GET GORY AT SPECIAL EFFECTS WOUND WORKSHOP


Ria Ambrose leads the Workshop

As part of the pre-production process for the ghost project shoot at Lost Boys Learning, Ria Ambrose (Lost Boys' Production Manager and owner of Colour FX Specialty Make-up) offered the students a one day Gelatin Wound Making Workshop.  

The workshop was a new addition to the curriculum to inspire the students in conceptualizing the visuals for their ghost projects.  During the day, the students were instructed on how to cast, apply and paint gelatin wounds. Ria also demonstrated some simplified techniques to create old age and zombie skin.  The model that was used during the demonstration was also filmed over greenscreen to be later composited into one of the ghost projects (see final image below).

Ria Ambrose - Colour FX

"I so enjoyed seeing the enthusiasum of all the students once they began to apply the wounds on each other. It is amazing what a little fake blood can do to a room full of guys."


Student Grant Robertson; wounds self-applied

Marcelo Bassoli - Student

"The best thing about the Gelatin Make-up Workshop was that I could make things that I didn't imagine that I could do. It was the first time that I made done anything like this this and I liked the results. It is always challenging when you have to try something for the first time. I was afraid to do something wrong or not finish it properly, but it wasn't a problem. The workshop exceeded my expectations and I really enjoyed participating in it."


Student Jason Tranetzki; wound by Kishor Joshi; student Miguel Ponce; wound by Michael Balzer

Kishor Joshi - Student

"When I started observing movies I had always wondered, how do they make wounds and blood? It makes me curious when they show a swollen/wounded eye in films, I know it's make-up but how do they do it ?  After attending this workshop, I at least know how they start, so for me and this was the best part of workshop.

As a visual effects artist this workshop should help me to get the basics right. While working on a 'slit throat' my focus was to blend it with (fellow student) Jason's skin tone and to show fresh blood dripping. It was not the best looking but I think I was happy with my first attempt.

To sum up I thoroughly enjoyed the workshop. It was quite educational. One day I would like to do a swollen eye make-up. Let there be blood!"


Model Heather; compositing by Carlos Guzman

Carlos Guzman - Student

"For me it was really interesting because I have never done makeup before. I think the class was awesome, but so fast, I would like to do more, maybe two or three more classes. I think we need more practice and would like to learn more about the techniques."


Compositing by Michael Balzer

Lost Boys Learning: School of Visual Effects is an Accredited school offering training in VFX Production including pre-production, 3D for VFX and Compositing.  For more information please visit our website at www.lostboys-learning.com or join us on Facebook www.facebook.com/lostboyslearning.
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