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Hello


Its ME

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Hello


Its ME

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I’m Vrinda Sejpal Motion Graphics Designer. Currently working as a Digital Administrator for a company. Graduated in 2016 with Digital Arts BA degree from University Of Kent. I would like to specialise in 3D modelling and Sculpting. 10 years from now I want to become a VFX supervisor of an OSCAR winning film.

I had completed an access to motion graphics course just before I joined the degree course now every time I watch a movie, advert, TV series, magazines or posters, the only thing I think about is how its made and the work gone behind it, which kind of ruins the fun but I enjoy working behind the scene.

Facts about me:

  • Have an A in Fine Art GCSE.
  • Am vegetarian.
  • Can watch reality shows all day.
  • Love DIY art and crafts.
  • Love visiting new places, it can be a new restaurant in town or a new country.

I often dream of having “The Creative Room” where I can let my imagination and creativity flow to make something awesome with paints, canvases, my mac book pro and a camera.

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My Story


I'll keep it short

My Story


I'll keep it short

 

I don't stop until I'm proud...

There are a lot of things that I get inspired from e.g. my dreams, real life stories/situations,people's work, movies etc. I enjoy, actually LOVE what I do and look forward to sharing my work with the world and the industry.

 

Being a Digital Arts student in University of Kent I have gained a lot of knowledge about industry and the different fields within.

 

Just so you know


Just so you know


My grandad was an artist, my mom's an artist and my dad is a business owner, so you could say that I grew up at the crossroads of business and creativity. YES! it runs in my family.
 
My goal is to create engaging experiences that nurture communities and empower individuals to come together and share something awesome.

 

You can usually find me wandering in art galleries, enjoying live music, seeking out new restaurants in the city, eating oranges and day dreaming.

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Is that not enough?


I can draw, paint, click pictures on DSLR, use software such as 3DS Max, Maya, Cinema 4D, After Effects, Premiere Pro, zBrush and of-course Photoshop.

Is that not enough?


I can draw, paint, click pictures on DSLR, use software such as 3DS Max, Maya, Cinema 4D, After Effects, Premiere Pro, zBrush and of-course Photoshop.