Another short film for Nestlé Philippines I handled. This was directed by one of my favorite, a narrative driven TVC Director who has already received citations from the recent Advertising Congress for his directorial and cinematographic work. It was such an honor to work with this guy…Stephen Ngo.
Tags: anthology, China town, couple, Downtown, love story, Narrative Short Film, Nestle 100 years, Nestle Philippines, short film, Stephen Ngo
Tags: coffee, cup of coffee, Emerald Santos, Nestle 100 years, Nestle Philippines, Post Production, short film, tasa, VFX
Aside from being a Traditional Artist…You will be a surprised that I am currently belong to CGI World. Visual Effects, Digital Manipulation, 3D, Photoshop, Motion Graphics, 3D Character Animation, Digital Matte Painting and anything beyond Tradition…name it. Whatever I am doing or career I have… I am still an A R T I S T inside and out. I never stop exploring but still believed, starting from traditional is a great foundation for great artistry. And so it goes…
As VFX Producer / Project Manager for Post Production, let me share with you this one of the short film I handled in celebration of 100 Years of Nestlé Philippines entitled ” Isang Tasang Pangarap”
Tags: Derwent Watercolor pencils, Diva Sabina, Emerald Santos, Garden, Goddess, Long Hair, Nude, On Paper, Traditional Arts, Water Color, Woman
Last weekend, I reviewed my old sketch book and found some nude sketches of different women. I remembered it was 7 years ago, when these nude women posed in front of me together with other artists. Since most of my sketches are just rendered in ordinary pencil. I decided to retouch it and add color to it by using Derwent Water Color Pencils. I was surprised it worked well with Academie Colored Paper. Never thought Academie is also durable for Water Coloring. I can’t wait to share this to you, so here it is. And I will post another. Until my next upload. Thank you for visiting.
Tags: Embossed, Emerald Santos, Flower, Grumbacher, Grumbacher fixative, Philippines, Sand Paper, Summer
Since summer here in Phil is going to end soon, I would like to share with you a work of mine done, if I am not mistaken, 10 years ago. Applying the color palette of summer using oil pastel on sand paper. And then for final touch, I used Grumbacher Final Fixative for Pastel, Charcoal and Pencil. It’s gloss finish makes the flowers look embossed from the paper which add awesome effects on my piece. And one more good thing, it is non-yellowing. Thank you for visiting 🙂
Tags: cover, Emerald Santos, flowers, Oil Pastel, Paper, Past, Photo Album, Replica
There was this typical photo album that my mother bought when we were young. And since I am the only one who likes to organize our family photos, I took care all of it and make sure it is preserved and safe . But of course there are times that I cannot helped if some pictures got lost because when the kids at our house checking the old pics and carelessly leave it somewhere…guess what’s next he he he.
Anyway, I am not really into flowers as my usual subject but, I admit that my talent become known when I made a simple sketch of a red rose as my homework when I was in Grade 2. After that day, I become the first and only female artist who represents our school whenever there’s Art competitions. Ok Back, to the Photo album I was talking about, its cover is so beautiful and I can’t help myself to make a replica of it. And I did. I used oil pastel on paper , 13 years ago.
Tags: Acrylic Painting, Dance with Me in India, Dancinc, Emerald Santos, Good Weather, Grumbacher paints, India, Painting, Paper, Romancing
We all know that India fascinates the whole world especially when it comes to Dance. Each form represents the culture and ethos of a particular region or a group of people. Some forms are purely entertaining and some are soul-liberating . There are Dances performed in royal courts to the accompaniment of classical music and this was an intellectual art form. A very important feature of Indian classical dances is the use of the mudra or hand gestures by the artists as a short-hand sign language to narrate a story and to demonstrate certain concepts such as objects, weather, nature and emotion. Many classical dances include facial expressions as an integral part of the dance form.
Some may think their dance looks funny, but for me it is not. Actually I made an acrylic painting on paper, an Indian couple dancing, enjoying their company, the music and the good weather is dancing with them too. I painted this 11 years ago 🙂
Tags: Colored Pencils, Curly, Derwent, Derwent Colored Pencils, Saturday, sketch, Woman, Woman with Scarf
It was Saturday, usually we don’t have work on weekends but I had this Offline interlock with Agency and Client for a certain TVC Project. Less people at the office and almost zero phone calls. I could steal this moment to make an entry to my new sketch book that I bought 2 months ago. I used Derwent Studio Pencils and Berkeley acid free watercolor pad for this one. I saw a picture of a woman from Shutterstock and its seems like a nice subject. I am not giving full on this because from time to time I have to leave my workstation and go to the editing suite. See what’s going on there. I just want to entertain myself since I am the only one here at the Marketing Room, and my table is far behind it and I have a perfect view of other empty tables…Anyway here it is, and hope you like it. You can also visit the website where I uploaded most of my works. Thanks again. http://emeraldsantos.deviantart.com/#/d3chy3g