Damian Dymon / datadymon.com

About me


About
I'm a multidisciplinary designer and 3D render artist from the greater Toronto area. My focus is on applying his visual design skills and experience with multi-device interaction to enhance narratives and user-experience. I'm interested in working on both the physical and digital space.

Q&A
What program did you do that in?
It was probably Cinema 4D. I have Octane Render with it now but still don't know how to fully use it, yet. Other than that it was probably a program I opened once, taught myself something, posted it online, know nothing else about it, never touched it since.

Who is your Batman?
Kevin Conroy. There is no one else that is Batman but Kevin Conroy. “But what abou-” No, you’re wrong, It’s Kevin Conroy.

FUN FACTS
The first time I opened Cinema 4D I was scared of using it. Today, When I open up Cinema 4D I’m still scared.

Did stage visuals for Lights at the 2018 JUNO Awards

1/4 of @adjjective





Damian Dymon


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About
I'm a multidisciplinary designer and 3D render artist from the greater Toronto area. My focus is on applying his visual design skills and experience with multi-device interaction to enhance narratives and user-experience. I'm interested in working on both the physical and digital space. .



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Q&A
What program did you do that in?
It was probably Cinema 4D. I have Octane Render with it now but still don't know how to fully use it, yet. Other than that it was probably a program I opened once, taught myself something, posted it online, know nothing else about it, never touched it since.

Who is your Batman?
Kevin Conroy. There is no one else that is Batman but Kevin Conroy. “But what abou-” No, you’re wrong, It’s Kevin Conroy.
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FUN FACTS
The first time I opened Cinema 4D I was scared of using it. Today, When I open up Cinema 4D I’m still scared.

Did stage visuals for Lights at the 2018 JUNO Awards

1/4 of @adjjective



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ARCB

Education
Development
Visual Design

A concept art book that is enhanced by augmented reality.

why?

Walking down the halls at Sheridan, I saw that the VFX students work was being displayed on a monitor but I noticed that there was a disconnect between the viewers and the students work.

what?

I designed a book that showcases the students work as pieces of art and something that the viewer can physical hold and look through. To further enhance the experience, I implemented AR to the book so that the viewer can interact with everything from shot breakdowns to rotating and scaling 3D models.

how?

Being interested in AR, I wanted to incorporate it in the students work to give them a more engaging platform for their viewers. I reached out to the VFX faculty and told them my idea, where I was then able to gather assets from each VFX students projects.