Note this: All the incredible Vatican City, Sixtine Chapel and all of the altars of science were shot in bluescreen cause the Vatican did not allow them to shot inside. This is a great recosntruction in every detail of the temples. go to see it in the theaters, don´t wait until it comes out on TV. It's worth it!!!
Monday, May 11, 2009
Thursday, April 30, 2009
Lab A is the Lab of Applied Engineering of the Universidad Simon Bolivar. I made their webpage with Dreamweaver, using photoshop and flash for the specific elements. This was my first webpage with css. Here is the screenshot
and here is the link:
Wednesday, April 29, 2009
Tuesday, April 28, 2009
Monday, April 20, 2009
This is a Congress held in the USB made by F-sAE and Baja SAE. For the 2006 edition, they came to me to do most of the artwork (the poster was made by someone else, i based my design on it) here are the CD cover, webpage, certificates, posters for the party, entrance tickets and more. For the webpage, Dreamweaver and for all the imaging, Corel Draw and Photoshop were used.
Friday, March 27, 2009
Hi, here are a few posters that I made for Formula SAE USB. These were made using Corel Draw and Photoshop:
One of my most important jobs on F-SAE USB is the webpage. Here is a screenshot
it was made entirely on Flash, by the team request. The graphics were made using Photoshop and Corel Draw.
This webpage was recently awarded as the Best Webpage of the SAE Venezuela Community.
here is the link: www.formulasae.grupos.usb.ve/fsaeusb.html
Monday, February 23, 2009
At university I joined a great student organization called Formula SAE USB, (F-SAE USB) in which, students travel to Detroit to compete with universities all over the world with self built formula style cars. This is a great experience for everyone. I learned a lot about the engineering porcess, design, construction, testing and marketting of the automotive indusrty. What I didn't know is that F-SAE USB would become my major school in the graphic industry.
My first jobs were posters made to promote something. These were easy to make, and they loved my job. Corel Draw & Photohop were used.
There were also pamphlets, like this next one:
Friday, February 20, 2009
Hello, and welcome to my blog. I started photoshopping when I was fifteen, encouraged by my dad. My first completelly success photoshop work was this reconstruction of the famous Nefertiti Statue:
Then , at the age of 18, a very dear friend of mine asked me for a favour, and the outcome was this next photoshoped image: