Christian Ramahenintsoa

  • Date: February 25th, 2015
  • Author: admin

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WHO IS CHRISTIAN?
I’m originally from France. I’ve been working here four years now in a French company. I recently decided to join this school, because I’ve always been interested in 3D graphics, motion graphics and animation.

WHY FIRST ACADEMY?
I’m working full time in our company and I’m only available during the weekends. I think that this is the only one that is that flexible in terms of schedules.

WHY 3D?
This is what I want to learn. It is not easy to learn it by yourself it is a little difficult. It is better to have guidelines and to have an instructor.

WHAT SUBJ IS YOUR FAVORITE?
I like all of them. If I had to choose a favorite it would be Animation. It’s the part in which you really give life to what you are creating. I think that would make the difference.

LAST MOVIE YOU SAW?
Thor. I really liked it. I’m a fan of the Marvel cinematic universe.

WHAT ARE YOU READING?
I am reading a book named Anatomy for Sculptors.

WHAT INSPIRES YOU?
Whenever I see a drawing, an anime, a game it motivates me to do something also.. to sit in front of the computer and start working on something. I’m really passionate about monsters.

WHAT DIFFICULT ACTIVITY DID YOU ENCOUNTER IN CLASS?
Scriptwriting. We had to write and draw a storyboard and its been a long time since I drew. That one was not easy.

DO YOU CRITIC YOUR OWN WORK?
Always. I’m never satisfied with my own work. But I tell myself to stop otherwise I will never finish it. Whenever I look back at my work, I always see how it could have been done better.

WORDS OF ADVICE TO ASPIRING DIGITAL ARTISTS?
I think they should go for it, if they wanted to do something like that. They should not wait after something like I need to raise money, or I don’t have a computer. I think there is always a way to learn. I remember this French Director who was asked about how to make movies like him and he said “If you want to make movies you just go take a camera and make movies”.

 

Photography By:
Rory Rebustes, Citrusnap Photography Studio. http://citrusnap.weebly.com