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ROOKIE OF THE YEAR

WINNER

Geppettos' workshop

by Kim dong ha

South Korea | SF filmschool

I got to know about 3D graphics from the advertising lecture in university. I was asked to research about 3D with a topic and I found out the most important thing is the audience's perspective. A good video makes the audience feel the story as if they are in the video. I find that it is not easy working as a team with different characters and under changing circumstances. However, it is also one of reasons why I want to work in 3D because making even a short video is made with a joint effort.

THE ROOKIES
AWARDS ASKED SFFS GRADUATES TO SHARE HOW TO MAKE FUR FOR3D CHARACTERS

We asked Seonghyeon Park, a student at SF Film School in Seoul, Korea, and aspiring grooming artist, to share with us how to create fur for a 3D character.

“Little friend in the forest” is a story of a chipmunk. Artist and student Seonghyeon Park created this imagery to show the calm and soothing atmosphere of the forest, and most importantly, the cute chipmunk!

CHAOSGROUP

STUDENT RNEDERING CHALLENGE

WINNER

- HWIYEON CHO -

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Hwiyeon Cho’s eye-catching “Poppyland” won the Jury Prize in our “Illumination” student rendering competition. Discover V-Ray for Maya’s role in its creation.

The theme for our most recent student rendering competition was Illumination—and jury winner Hwiyeon Cho tackled it perfectly. Her piece, “Poppyland,” features a carousel illuminated by hundreds of lightbulbs, demonstrating a talent for lighting a scene and a good eye for composition and detail.

We caught up with Hwiyeon to find out the story behind creating this stunning render with V-Ray for Maya.

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Best Visual Effects Schools
in the World 2021

The 2020 Best Visual Effects Schools and Colleges in the World rankings is something we take very seriously and no external influences or payments are entered into at any point. Our rankings focus on the quality of students portfolios that are submitted to our judging panel which best reflect the recruitment interview process.

We feel that traditional school rankings that include peer and employer reviews, faculty to student ratio, citations and other data are not adequate when ranking the best creative schools. For a complete breakdown of how we rank the best schools for 2018 please read how we rank the best schools and how we analyse the data in the sections located at the bottom of this page.

PORTFOLIO SHOWCASE

We have the know-how you need.

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Our 2021 Campus Video is Here

SF FILM SCHOOL's physical space may be closed but that doesn't mean we can'ts share it with you. Check out new campus video!

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Best of tearm

View our new reel comprised of student art created during the academic year.

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Rookies Awards

Rookies Awards is an overseas competition where VFX&CG amateurs from all over the world gather and compete.

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Chaos-Group of Students Challenge

SFFS participates in the global competition held by chaosgroup every year and ranks in the top ranks.

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Visit of Siggraph

Siggraph is the world's largest conference held by experts in each field for academic and educational purposes in the computer field.

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SFFS LABS

We are using systems and equipment to produce high-quality videos.