Since discovering his passion, this artist has not stopped learning, as he believes that continuous theoretical and technical training, as well as learning and perfecting his knowledge of English, are essential to participating in large projects.
“The industry is evolving rapidly, so it’s important to keep up to date with new tools as well as in different processes and disciplines to get better every day.”
He affirms that his time at SENA has given him a very good foundation for his performance in the world of special effects: “At SENA I learned a very good foundation; I learned the flow of 3D animation, and we are working on that same flow in our various studies in which I had the opportunity to develop important projects. Learning from SENA was very good. It is an entity that has excellent teachers. The 3D animation program is very comprehensive, and I think it’s a very good starting point for those who want to focus on working on big productions, be they local, national, or international.”hails from Montreal (Canada), where he currently resides.
Since 2021, Sergio Rincón has been part of the Visual Effects Society (VES) and currently works as a Motion Graphics Designer at DNEG, a studio that won the Oscar for Best Special Effects for the film “Dune” in 2022 and where he also had the Opportunity to take part in productions such as Extrapolations (Apple TV, 2023), The Witcher: Blood Origins (Netflix), and Oppenheimer (2023). He is currently part of the movie Spy Kids Armageddon, which will be released on Netflix in late 2023.
“Uncharted”, “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness,” and “Hawkeye” are also on the list of great productions he has been in and managed to make a dream come true that seemed far away, like from another world. This is how his life went from SENA to cinema.