William Reliford

William Reliford

Visual Effects Artist

Bloomington, Indiana

Member Since:
April 2015
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About William

William Reliford has a BS in telecommunications from Indiana State University. William started 30 years ago working in both film and video production, where he created animation and graphics for corporate and individual clients. He later started his own company, Real Images, and expanded to creating forensic and demonstrative animation for the legal and teaching fields. He also continued creating visual effects for independent production companies, like Kingdom Pictures and Vizmo Films. William’s most recent work includes providing visual effects shots for the local, independently produced and nationally distributed film, The Sound of the Spirit. He also provided onset vfx supervision for NatGeo’s “How to survive the end of the world” series, which was shot partly at Muscatatuck Urban Training Center in southeast Indiana. He is currently creating visual effects shots for several films, including Shoki’s Bag, Submerge: Nire Reborn, and Summer Days. In addition, William is the lead animator for The Shannondale Christmas Story (a fully animated children’s special to be released in Christmas 2016), as well as the cgi web series 2.0 (vimeo.com/95568689), which he writes and animates. The first episode of 2.0 became an official selection in the Indie Film Con and the Indiana Short Film Festival. The next episode is due out in Summer of 2015. VFX Artist Tools include: Maya 2015 (3d animation) ZBrush (digital sculpting) Mocha Pro (Planar tracking and object removal) Syntheyes (3d match moving and tracking) Fusion Stuido (compositing) After Effects (compositor and 2.5d animation) Photo Shop


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