Christian Corsica has been animating ever since he learned he could flip through drawings in the corner of his elementary science notebook. His passion for animation has taken him to Georgia, New York, Tennessee, and Texas where he currently resides making video games as a Technical Animator.
What is a technical animator? The answer varies because they have a wide variety of roles. Roles involve making a puppet to make the character move, moving the character, putting the character inside the game engine, and assigning game logic for the animations to behave correctly with player input.
When Christian is not busy animating, rigging, scripting, modeling, or wreaking havoc over vfx simulations, he tends to learn something new. Currently improving math skills and programming languages. He also enjoys kicking the soccer ball around, playing Ping-Pong, and the occasional video game.
Talk to me about Half-Life 2, Portal, Rayman Legends, God of War 4, Rocket League, Super Smash Brothers Melee, World of Warcraft or more!