This post is part of the weekly In the NVIDIA Studio series, which celebrates featured artists and offers creative tips and tricks.
3D artist Jae Solina, who goes by the stage name JSFILMZ, steps In the NVIDIA Studio this week to share his unique 3D creative workflow in the making of Cyberpunk Short Film — a story shrouded in mystery with a tense exchange between two secretive contacts.
As an avid movie buff, JSFILMZ takes inspiration from innovative movie directors Christopher Nolan, David Fincher and Georce Lucas. He admires their abilities to combine technical skill with storytelling heightened by exciting plot twists.
The Cyberpunk Short Film setting displays stunning realism with ray-traced lighting, shadows and reflections — complemented by rich, vibrant colours.
Astonishingly, JSFILMZ created the film in just one day with the NVIDIA Omniverse platform for 3D design collaboration and world simulation, using the Omniverse Machinima app and the Reallusion iClone Connector. He alternated between systems that use an NVIDIA RTX A6000 GPU and a GeForce RTX 3070 Laptop GPU.