Illustration and Storyboard Art

Alexis J. Estevez

Los Angeles, CA

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About Alexis J. Estevez

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Alexis J. Estevez worked professionally in New York City where he created animatics, illustrations and storyboards for 20th Century Fox, Adidas, Elizabeth Arden, Boost Mobile, Comedy Central, Discovery Channel and HBO.

In 2010, Estevez moved to Los Angeles where he became the Lead Character Designer and Animation Cell Illustrator for the animated feature, The Road to Independence. He has since designed the credit sequences for the feature, Abelar: Tales of an Ancient Empire, illustrated for the Disney Channel, Honda, Kia, the NFL, the NRA, Nissan, Red Bull and Toyota.

"Alex will be tremendous for your project. I can't vouch for him any more than I have. He's brilliantly talented." - Albert Pyun, Director (Captain America)

"Our quarterly presentation was a big success, due in no small part to Alexis' animated piece." - Dossie McCraw, Director (HBO Program Research)

"You are always so great to work with and we really appreciate your talent." - James Kern, Creative Director (Experientialism, Inc.)

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Los Angeles, CA 90027

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  • 5/5 stars March 25, 2011

    Alex was the editor of my film ZOMBIE which recently won Best Short Film (Horror) at the Washington DC Independent Film Festival 2011. It was my first film and Alex was the most collaborative and gifted editor that I ever could have hoped to work with. His expertise and attention to detail and storytelling, make him not only a creative editor, but an exemplary filmmaker in his own right. His unique and subtle approaches to editing my film only helped to elevate the story to a deeper and richer level. I can't wait to see what we come up with together as we embark on the feature version of ZOMBIE next year.

Question and answer

Q. Why does your work stand out from others who do what you do?

A. Unlike many Multimedia Artists, I am also an excellent freehand Illustrator. I began around the age of five with pencil and paper, which evolved later to an all-digital workflow. When I moved to New York City I developed my creative skills further by learning film directing and video editing. All three crafts: Directing, Video Editing and Illustration have helped me provide more eye-catching options for clients looking to distinguish themselves from their competitors.

Q. How did you decide to get in your line of work?

A. I have always been a creative person but not necessarily a courageous one. After many unfulfilled years of low-tier corporate office work, I decided to finally take the plunge into creative freelancing. Since then, I have learned much about entrepreneurship and perpetually becoming a better version of myself.

Q. If you have a complicated pricing system for your service, please give all the details here.

A. SPECIAL DAY RATES AVAILABLE FOR LONGER PROJECTS

DIRECTING: Varies. Please contact me to discuss your project.

VIDEO EDITING: $40/hr or $250/day (8 or more hours)

STORYBOARDS: $30/frame for b&w; $40/frame for full color

CONCEPT ART / ILLUSTRATION: $150/piece for b&w; $300 for color
(Order three or more pieces at one time and receive a 10% discount on the total price.)

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