Daniel Medina

3D Artist & Art Director

Level
Mid Level
Location
Bristol, United Kingdom
Availability
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Professions
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About me

I’m Daniel Medina, a CG Artist and multidimensional designer, specialising in the creation of imaginative, playful and memorable still and moving image for brands and agencies. My creative process is deeply collaborative, working closely with brands and agencies to find imaginative solutions that help you connect with your audience in an imaginative, playful and memorable way. My CG still and moving image is driven by exploring the unseen, unfamiliar and unexpected. Originally from The Canary Islands, now working in Southville, Bristol. www.danielmedina.studio hello@danielmedina.studio www.instagram.com/danielmedina3d

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Skills

  • 3D Computer Animation
  • CGI
  • Cinema 4D
  • Lighting and Rendering
  • Creative Visualisation
  • Art Direciton
  • 3D
  • 3D Animation
  • 3D Artist
  • 3D Illustration
  • C4D
  • Rendering
  • 3D Rendering
  • Animation
  • Illustration

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        Work history

        2017

        3D Artist & Art Director

        daniel medina

        Mar 2012 - Nov 2017
        • Bristol, United Kingdom
        • Freelance
        • Hi! my name is Daniel Medina, a Bristol-based 3D Motion Designer & Art Director from The Canary Islands. I use the 3D as a tool to carry out my ideas into reality, digital reality. I focus on design attractive visual projects and in the same way, create a connection between the viewers and images. I try to learn every day and I would like to collaborate with different kind of professionals, learn from them, and also, work with new clients and brands that share the same passion for art and design as I do.

        Education

        2010

        1º to 3º Course in Architecture

        Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria

        Aug 2004 - May 2010
        • Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain
        • Architecture