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Short and Sweet: Saschka Unseld

You can call him an animator, but Pixar director and layout artist Saschka Unseld says that his job is just as much about researching the real world as it is creating new ones.

FX Technical Director

Realistic particle and fluid effects are among the most challenging visual effects to recreate in the digital environment. Such effects include fire, smoke, moving water, air debris, snow, and clouds. To accomplish a convincing sequence involving these effects, studios rely on the expertise of a technical director to solve complex computer modeling and geometry problems.

Trailer Park

Trailer Park is a creative marketing and content agency that caters to all areas of the entertainment industry, providing design and production services for film, television, music, game, and live entertainment companies.

Lighting Artist

Lighting in video games, as with film, television, and theater, is necessary to establish an atmosphere within the game environment that is consistent with the time and place, as well as the emotional context. Lighting sets the mood for a showdown at high noon in New Austin or a deadly night siege in Raccoon City. 

Animation Layout Artist

In computer-aided animation, a layout artist serves a similar function to a cinematographer; this person is responsible for determining the shot’s frame, camera angle, camera path, and lighting of each key animation scene. While the camera is virtual, and an artist, instead of a gaffer, fills in the lighting, the principle is essentially the same.