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Jared Krichevsky: Artist Profile #32

Jared Krichevsky has been a CG Generalist and Designer at The Aaron Sims Company since 2010. Which is when he simultaneously completed the CG certificate program at Gnomon School of Visual Effects, and an internship at The Aaron Sims Company. Besides working there Jared also teaches an Introduction to Zbrush and Creature Modeling and Sculpting class at Gnomon School of VfX. For a little extra money he does freelance work in his free time.

Most recently he did some design work on Disney’s Pete’s Dragon directed by David Lowery. Jared Krichevsky has also worked on films such as Indepedence Day Resurgence, and TMNT 2.

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Follow Jared on Twitter @Monstermash042 and check out Jared Krichevsky to see more of his work.


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Triquetra 3D Printed Pendant Available On My Shapeways Shop

Triquetra (/traɪˈkwɛtrə/; Latin “three cornered”) The triquetra design is used as a religious symbol adapted from ancient Celtic images; most notably in Celtic metal work and illuminated manuscripts like the Book of Kells; by Christianity to represent the Father, Son, and Holy Ghost. Then there is the circle around the triquetra which signifies the infinite, eternity, protection, and spiritual unity with the divine. It can be found on Celtic crosses and slabs from the early Christian period.

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BrotherBastion: Artist Profile # 31

BrotherBastion is an artist I found on YouTube who makes digital drawing time lapse videos with commentary. His video topics range from drawing tutorials to viewer request character designs. He is not a profesional but he is good at what he does, and I enjoy listening to his ideas on art and the commentary he gives on whatever topic he is covering. I can relate to him as a fellow growing artist, who is also starting his own art based business.

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Augment Suit:Velocity

To learn more about BrotherBastion and to see some examples of his work visit BrotherBaston – YouTube, and BrotherBaston – DeviantArt.


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