Hi! My name is Yan
I am a freelance designer in the status of "self-employed", with multi-disciplinary pack of skills: 2D/3D Generalist, Motion-, Graphic-, Web-designer.

BASIC TOOLS:

- Cinema4D + Octane (preferably)/Redshift
- X-Particles 4
- Adobe Package: AE, AI, PS, InDesign, Edge Animate
- Houdini (in the education phase, can be used with the help of tutorials)
- UE4 (in the education phase).

AND ALSO:
Tilda, Readymag, Prezi, PowerPoint



MY PORTFOLIO:

- https://www.instagram.com/yansenator/
- https://vimeo.com/yansenator
- https://www.behance.net/YanSenator

MY SHOWREEL (2019):
- https://vimeo.com/345297380

BREAKDOWN OF MY DIPLOMA PROJECT:
- https://vimeo.com/346068320
(for the diploma project purchased by Ren Tv)



ABOUT ME
In addition to studying profile software at Scream School, I also took additional courses in the same disciplines from Volnitsa (Cinema4D, After Effects, Houdini, etc.). At the moment I have successfully completed the BDSR course of Yuri Dovganyuk, and I am mastering the Houdini course from Volnitsa, and I plan to further deepen my knowledge in fluid, destruction and fire simulations. The design came from the web in motion.

To CG came consciously, having achieved certain success in the areas of graphic / web design, but unfortunately, having reached a personal "ceiling of development" in the scale of the profession. It is very important for me to develop constantly, and in my new profession there is no such limit.

I started as I am a graphic designer, in addition, I have 4 years of academic graphics and painting, indirectly helping me to this day in my work, but not directly applied.
+ the whole range of other disciplines such as composition, colour design, typography, etc.

Separately, I would like to note that in the profession of motion designer I am more interested in the development of 3D, rather than 2D and remote format of work - regular freelance or full-time, home office. The last variant is more priority, rather than others. Besides, I have more than 6 years of experience in the home office format.