Vincent Pableo

  • Date: February 11th, 2016
  • Author: admin

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WHO IS VINCENT PABLEO?
I’m Vincent Pableo, 27 yrs old, and I’m currently working at ImFree as a front-end developer. My hobbies are building plastic models, playing video games / table-top games, reading and doing stuffs using Photoshop.

WHAT WAS YOUR FAVORITE SUBJECT?
I liked Photoshop! To me, it was a whole new experience to not just be able to edit photos, but also understand the commonly used tools for editing. The possibility of its usage was near infinite.

LAST MOVIE YOU SAW?
Inside Out. It was a really great experience watching it! The way they portray each emotion was precise and it was really entertaining for all kinds of audiences.

FAVORITE PLACE TO HANG OUT?
Starbucks. Coffee and video games/ table-top games is a good combination.

A RECENT GOOD READ?
The Silmarillion.

WHAT INSPIRES YOU?
It could be from an interesting project, something awesome that I saw from the internet, and scenery that takes my breath away.

FROM TRAINING TO FINDING WORK, WHAT WAS THE JOURNEY LIKE?
The training itself was really worth it. Aside for the manuals given, I was also able to grasp some insights from the professionals (Instructors) themselves. Finding work after finishing the course was not hard that time since I only got a year of work experience and companies were calling to me almost every single day.

DO YOU CRITIC YOUR OWN WORK?
Yes. It was more on the technicalities rather than the overall impression like I could achieve probably a better result using technique B rather than the technique A. I critique my own work after I made something new, that way I can detect what things that can be improved and things that can be retained.

HOW DO YOU GET CREATIVE?
Mostly I read manga or play video games for a bit since I want to be relaxed and awake when I’m in the zone.

DO YOU COLLECT?
Of course! My current collection is mostly on Gundam plastic models (gunpla for short) and before that I have a small collection Magic: The Gathering cards.

ADVICE TO ASPIRING ARTISTS?
All I can say is try experimenting a lot on your work since the possibilities is almost infinite, and try to deviate a little from the current trends (in web design).