- Bertil Toby Svanekiaer is a 3D character artist, animator, creative director, and Co-founder of Indigene B.R.O.S
- The genius Ghanaian native develops creative designs that accentuate Black characters and also positively impact society
- YEN.comgh throws the spotlight on Bertil, his journey, and success
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Ghanaian 3D character artist and animator, Bertil Toby Svanekiaer, has attracted the attention of major eyeballs with his remarkable ingenuity.
The young creative director and Co-Founder of Indigene B.R.O.S highlights dynamic Black characters with his creative renders. Through his animations and illustrations, Bertil also positively impacts social ideologies.
Bertil has always had a dream to develop games. His journey into starting 3D game designs began when he was selected to join a team of game developers for a game project.
Without any prior experience in 3D, he joined the team and the journey to his 3D career started.
Area.autodesk.com reports that his first job was with Optec, which was founded by Naasei. His first job was to model and texture simple game assets.
Bertil maximised his creative potential and gained more experience in 3D. He also discovered more about 3D software and its capabilities.
The thriving young creative is inspired by life, family, friends, and the things around him. He’s also influenced by the exceptional works of other artists.
However, he has grown fond of creating realistic-looking African hair.
According to Bertil, the priceless feeling and ability to create, bring something to life, and people appreciating his designs also erupts his creative ability.
Bertil reveals that his most exceptional design is a piece he calls Friday. According to him, he learned a lot as an artist while he was working on it.
His 3D pipeline involves a lot of software, including ZBrush, Substance Painter, Photoshop, After Effects. However, his main 3D software is Autodesk Maya.
As Bertil plans and prepares towards his next project, he is hoping that more people will join the 3D world because it’s a broad world and there's room for everyone.
YEN.com.gh recently reported that Ghanaian creative, Joseph Yaw Frimpong, has developed a reading solutions app called ReaderApp for authors.
The ReaderApp can be accessed on mobile phones by authors who want to make electronic versions of their books available online to readers.
Just like many inventions that were developed in the midst of crisis, Joseph's app was also erupted by a necessity to get the electronic version of his new book available to readers online.
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