This month nearly three dozen aspiring visual effects (VFX) artists arrived to study full-time at Rising Sun Pictures (RSP) in Adelaide, South Australia to take part in the studio’s highly-regarded training programs. Some will be students from the University of South Australia (UniSA) who will be undertaking the third year VFX specialisation towards their Media Arts degrees. Others will be enrolled in RSP’s Graduate Certificate program, an intensive, 12-week course offering advanced training
Lewie Carson is a junior compositor at Method in Melbourne, where he has worked on several studio films including Men in Black: International, John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum, Tomb Raider, Christopher Robin, Aquaman and A-X-L. Originally from Melbourne, Lewie completed Rising Sun Pictures’ Graduate Certificate Program in Compositing and Tracking in 2016. At RSP, he learned industry standard practices for roto/paint work and compositing, the same skills he employs on the job today.
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Adelaide, South Australia—8 February 2018— Rising Sun Pictures (RSP) continues to be at the forefront of education and training byprovidingstudentswith the necessary skill set required to fulfil VFX jobs in South Australia and around the globe. RSP Education, in partnership with University of South Australia,has recently expanded thesuccessful programs to meet the growing global demand for world-class VFX graduates. The highly-regarded coursesaid aspiring artists to make the leap from the
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.”
Rising Sun Picture's Senior Compositor, Paul Kirwan, teaches you the basics of Compositing for Feature Film using Nuke in 10 evening classes of three hours each.