RSP's Recruitment team is coming to Sydney, recruiting for multiple positions.
Rising Sun pictures is pleased to release our environment reel, which is a combination of traditional matte painting, 2.5d & fully 3d digital environments.
Adelaide, South Australia—Premamurti Paetsch was born in Australia and raised in Germany. He joined Rising Sun Pictures in 2005 shortly after graduating from Die Akademie für Datenverarbeitung, Böblingen, with a degree in Computer Science and Media Design.
Here Prema talks about the shows he's worked on in his career and offers some advice to aspiring artists.
A Passion for Producing Great Work
Supervisor Hubert Maston joined Rising Sun Pictures in 2015 and has contributed to film and television projects including Tarzan, Pan and X-Men: Apocalypse. Originally from France, Hubert has enjoyed an eclectic career in visual effects. His work has taken him from Paris to Montreal, London, Sydney and other spots around the globe, and he’s served in capacities ranging from Set Supervisor to Technical Director and Pipeline Specialist.
Aspiring artists Tim Fagan and Joseph Roberts use UniSA’s Graduate Certificate in Visual Effects at RSP as a stepping stone to their first industry jobs
Adelaide, South Australia—16 March 2016—For aspiring visual effects artists, landing that first job is often difficult. That’s true despite the industry’s almost insatiable need for fresh talent. Part of the problem is that it can be hard for young artists to get the training they need to step into professional roles. Although many colleges
Adelaide, Australia - 19 January 2016
Houdini, Side Effects’ 3D animation software, is a principal tool at Rising Sun Pictures and at other visual effects studios (VFX) worldwide engaged in feature film and high-end television VFX. The software is valued for the flexibility of its procedural design and robust capabilities in modeling, animation, character rigging and lighting.
Event sponsored by Rising Sun Pictures, The Foundry and Tyroe will provide young artists with “insight into the minds of visual effects studios and recruiters.”