[PT-BR] Ana Carolina Pereira – A Indústria de Games, Arte 3D e Realidade Virtual – Episode 1

Ana sculpts a Brazilian Folklore Legend, the “Vitoria Regia” in this broadcast using DynaMesh and Dylan Ekren’s DE HairTubes Brush.
She also touches on the topic of her career path, the differences between working in Brazil and USA, and about what to focus on to approve your chances of getting a job in the game industry.

More about “Vitoria Regia”, Brazil’s Folklore Legend:
” …an amazonian girl who fell in love with the moon and one day, when seeing the moon’s reflection on the waters of the river, jumped in and drowned herself. The moon saw this happen and turned her into a water lily.”
-Ana Carolina Pereira

Sculpting, VR & Positivity [EN] - English January 25 6:00pm - 9:00pm PST A Indústria de Games, Arte 3D e Realidade Virtual The Game Industry, 3D Art & Virtual Reality [PT-BR] - Portuguese (Brazil) / português do Brasil January 12 14:00 - 17:00 GMT-2 8:00am - 11:00am PST Segment Summary: "A chill stream in which I sculpt, talk about game-ready character production, VR development and life in the industry. Pursuing the 3D Artist dream can get difficult, so I hope to offer help and encouragement to other artists on their journey!" Location: Houston, Texas Hometown: Rio de Janeiro, Brazil How Did You Discover ZBrush? "I first came across ZBrush in a character art class in college. I had never been interested in 3D, but ZBrush was such a sensational experience that it completely changed the course of my career from 2D to 3D." Sculpting Experience: 3 years Most Used/Favorite Feature: "DynaMesh!" Previous Works, Industry Experience & Highlights: "In college, I was a 3D Modeling Intern at NASA. More recently, I was the Lead Artist at OnComfort, a company that created mobile VR experiences for cancer patients. Currently, I am a Tech Artist at HTX Labs, a VR civilian training studio." Fun Facts: "I have lived in Brazil, The Netherlands, England and America. I am fluent in Portuguese and English. One of my dreams is to one day illustrate a children's book!"