Umair Khatri from Pakistan is our META winner for Innovation video category. He study Bachelor in Commerce and study 2 years and 6 months Diploma from Arena Multimedia and got a 3 year job in Sharp Image, a production house in Pakistan. Umair is an expert 3D Artist and currently working as Senior 3D Animator at Dunya News. His overall experience in CG field focus on animation, motion graphics and art direction.
The challenges in making any digital art is always part of a 3D artist career. What’s more exciting to the 3D artist are their focus – to shine and give life to their creations. Our team is totally proud that Middle East Talents Awards becomes part of your career path, that’s why we are looking forward to discover more of your talents and creativity through this platform.
Take a look on our short interview with Umair Khatri as he talks about his winning video piece “Tag Heuer Formula 1”:
- What is your inspiration to make the winning piece?
“I got inspiration from artists around the world.”
- What are the challenges and experiences you faced during the making of your artwork?
“The most difficult thing is to make a good concept art and implement it. In my piece, I discover and experiment with new tools to accomplish those artworks.”
- Of all the digital arts you created, which one are you most proud of apart from your winning piece in META and why?
“I created a Ramzan Ident for (Dunya Television Network, Pakistan).” https://www.behance.net/gallery/38174913/Rooh-e-Ramzan-2016-By-Dunya-News
- What is your goal?
“I want to be a VFX artist in future.”
- Please share a short message to the young artists who want to pursue their dreams in digital arts.
“Always keep hard working and be sincere with your work.”
Middle East Talents Awards and Pixelhunters team are proud to see your works in META. We strongly believe in talents of each digital artists. The fascinating art and visuals we see in games, videos and animated films are all possible because of our digital and 3D artists across the world. Congratulations again and keep creating arts!