Being an Alumni Student from the Think Tank Training Centre Mentorship Program, Josh has built upon his current training as well as networking to be a success in the industry. Josh has been drawing and painting since he was about 8 years old. He is inspired by movies, television, video games, cars, traveling, sports and music. Joshs traditional art form evolved when he got into high school. Continuing his passion through traditional art classes, he became involved in computer modeling and animation through specialized courses.

          
           Upon graduating high school, Josh continued following his passion with the arts; from taking Kwantlens Fine Arts program to excelling in 3D at Vancouver Film School, BCIT and Think Tank Training Centre. From His experience at these institutions, Josh now has professional knowledge and training in drawing, painting, sculpture, anatomy, colour theory, texture, shading, proportions and perspective.
          
            At Vancouver Film School, Josh concentrated on 3D modeling. In addition, Josh took classes in lighting and texturing. He was then trained in using standard 3D modeling tools such as Autodesk Softimage. Later on Josh took additional training at BCIT, where he has been trained to have full working knowledge of Autodesk Maya & Pixologic Zbrush. He also used Adobe Premier, Photoshop and After Effects as texturing and video editing tools.   Finally Josh sought out additional training at Think Training Centre. At Think Tank Josh further polished off his skills and enhanced them by training under mentors and learning proper production workflow. Along with that training Josh also learned how to work in a pipeline. With his training Josh has the solid ability to develop animation ready models as well as developing models for games and production.
     
            Originally from Calgary, Alberta and now in the Lower Mainland Joshua Quiambaos art style grew and evolved.
         
            Although Josh has been in the Lower Mainland for more than 10 years he is open to relocating within Western Canada and for the right opportunity would also consider exploring new provinces or countries.

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CG ARTIST

JOSH QUIAMBAO