This is a FREE VIDEO COURSE where I will introduce you with the basic tools and skills needed to create Lego Blocks and Lego Minifigures in 3D. You can then build upon these skills to create other amazing models in Houdini. The Lego Minifigure goes through the process of create a model using basic modeling skills and tools so that you can learn the basics of the interface and how to get desired results in Houdini. The Lego Brick section is of this course will give you experience building procedural models and introduce you to the ability to create one asset that will be able to produce a huge array of variations within moment and speed up your production workflow as save you time in the long run.
Alejandro Pérez Sánchez currently serves as Tenure Track Assistant Professor of 3D Digital Design at the Rochester Institute of Technology. Over the course of his career, Alejandro has worked on numerous high-level projects in the television, film and video game industries, and has also deep experience teaching college level animation, multimedia, 3D animation, video production, and game programming.
His video game experience includes Devil May Cry 4 and Juiced 2: Hot Import Nights, and his film experience include Ultraviolet, Aeon Flux, The Family Stone, Rent, and many more. Some of his television experience include Supernanny, Los Angeles En Vivo, Noticias 62, and Buscando Amor.
Since enrolling his first college classes at the age of 15, Alejandro has gone on to become an expert in in C++, Mel Scripting, Python, HTML, CSS and Action Scripting, and is also an expert in a wide variety of software suites including Autodesk, Adobe Creative Suite, and others. He is proficient in a variety of game engines including UDK, Unity and Flash.
Prior to coming aboard at RIT, Alejandro served as the lead animation and video production instructor at Platt College where he rewrote and developed curriculum for animation and video production bachelor’s degree programs. He also developed online curriculum at Mt. Sierra College and taught game design at ITT Technical Institute. Outside academia, Alejandro has served with studios such as Image Metrics, Delux(E-Film), Lieberman Broadcasting, and Hill&Brand Entertainment.
Alejandro holds a Master of Fine Arts degree in Visual Effects and Animation with a focus on 3D Character Animation from The Academy of Art University. He also holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Media Arts and Animation from The Art Institute of California – Los Angeles.