Jupiter Ascending Credit
February 15th, 2015

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I finally got to see my name in my first and only film credit. I worked on Jupiter Ascending last year at Method. It was only a small thing in one sequence, but I’m still really proud of myself. I got to see the movie at the Framestore crew screening because my friend got me a +1 ticket. I’m pretty happy I didn’t have to pay to see this movie, but it is really not good. My mom is still gonna buy the DVD though, so I can watch it over and over and over again.

GE Imagination: Bird Plane
February 6th, 2014

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Harry Potter 3D Doodles
May 1st, 2012

The Boy Who Lived The Heir of Slytherin

Burnt Wood Look Dev
May 16th, 2011

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Learning Massive
March 17th, 2011

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Moving Picture Company
October 15th, 2010

MPC LA

I work at MPC now! They are really cool and my job is boss.

Nuke-Python: Contact Sheet Gizmo
June 27th, 2010

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I was halfway through scripting a contact sheet generator that could be used to quickly identify lighting inconsistencies across an image sequence when Dan pointed out that there is already a Contact Sheet node. I ended up making a gizmo that builds off the existing node because it doesn’t seem to allow you to set a frame interval.

I also added an option to set the format size based on individual frame size (so each preview image could be 960×540 without doing any extra math). It’s probably not very efficient, but it was fun making my first gizmo.

Download: contactSheet.gizmo (06/27/10)

Note: You have to hit ‘Create’ after switching size modes or changing frame interval. I also haven’t gotten the check boxes to work one at a time yet. Here is the Python on the button: contactSheet.txt.

Things to look into:
* Grey out input fields and only check one box at a time.
* Stop all the nodes created inside of the gizmo from opening in the properties bin.
* More procedural way to set frame interval than dropping Hold nodes inside the gizmo.

digmfiles
June 1st, 2010

digmfiles

Final SIGGRAPH
May 27th, 2010

SIGGRAPH 2010

I had my last SIGGRAPH meeting tonight. The illustrious Mike Dixon will be taking over as President come next term. We handed out some SIGGY Awards, gave a bunch of heart felt speeches, and then took some pix. Thanks for everything, guys.

OpenGL Doodle
May 3rd, 2010

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