My name is Roger Borelli and I have many years in the Motion Picture Industry. I was a Special Effects Makeup Artist for many Movies and TV Shows. Two films that I worked on, "The Nutty Professor" and "Men in Black", both won Academy Awards for Best Makeup.
I went into the CG World and have worked at studios like Disney Feature Animation, DreamWorks Animation, Digital Domain, Warner Bros Animation and Microsoft Game Studios.
I now teach Modeling & Digital Sculpting at The Digital Animation & Visual Effects School while still doing freelance work.
Character Modeling, Low-Poly Character Modeling, Visual Development, Texturing, Lighting, Rendering, Product and Store Displays .
Teaching Maya, and ZBrush.
VR Modeling and Blend-Shapes.
Low-Poly Character Modeling and UVs
Face-shapes for "Lichdom: Battlemage" and previs character modeling on "The Amazing Spider-Man 2".
3D Modeler at Disney Feature Animation on the following shows: American Dog, Meet the Robinsons, Lorenzo, Chicken Little, Fraidy Cat, Fantasia 3, and My Peoples.
Lead Modeler on "Green Lantern: The Animated Series " for Warner Brothers Animation .
Character Artist on "Kinect Adventures" for Microsoft Game Studios.
CG Designer on both "Astro-Boy" and "Tusker" for IMAGI Animation Studios.
3D Artist on several commercials for BNS (Brand New School).
Modeler/Texture Artist on DreamWorks Animation - Dragons: Riders of Berk TV Series.
Character Modeler on the film "Star Trek: Nemesis" for Digital Domain.
Character Modeler on "Dumbo-2" and "Lloyd in Space" for Disney TV Animation.
3D Modeler on the following commercials DODGE Trucksville, SONIC, and SCIFI Channel for Digital Domain.
Character Modeling Supervisor on "DAN DARE" TV Series and "MAX STEEL" Season 02 for Foundation Imaging.
My first full-time job in the CG world - Character Modeler on "STARSHIP TROOPERS" the TV Series and "MAX STEEL" Season 01 for Foundation Imaging.
R&D New Materials, Lab Technician, and Mold Maker on the following film: "Mighty Joe Young", "Life", "Devil's Advocate", "Men in Black", "The Frighteners", and "The Nutty Professor".