• VFX Reel Before/After - 2013-2015 - Century Arc Entertainment Ltd.

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    Here's a short sizzle reel of some of the work we did on three separate short films, as well as a few misc shots. I functioned as VFX Supervisor and Lead FX artist on each of these projects.
    All these shorts were done with little to no budget.

    The first,
    Star Wars: Darth Bane: Path of Destruction Fan Film

    The second,
    Warehouse on Fifth

    The third,
    Nightwing Prodigal Son / Nightwing Prodigal

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