My name is Patrick Nobbe, Hello!

I am an animator and motion designer looking for opportunities to showcase my artistic talents. My goal is to continue to gain experience in the animaiton industry and establish myself as a reliable and talented animator capable of whatever is asked of me. I am interested in Animation, Visual Storytelling, Motion Design, Storyboards, Game Design, Illustration, Cinematography, Anything involving tools, and Making Beautiful Things!

Patrick Nobbe
Cell: (214) 769-1952
Web site: www.patricknobbe.com
E-mail: patrick.j.nobbe@gmail.com
Linked In: linkedin.com/in/patricknobbe

Animation School

RESUME

Work Experience

Imagine Color Service
Freelance Pre-masking, August 2010 - Present
Duties: Create masks on client images for use by production retouchers
Skills Utilized: Photoshop, Wacom tablet, Drawing
Susan Zaretzke: Production Manager, susan@imaginecs.com

Odesk
Animation/Design Freelancer - (Various Clients), April 2010 - Present
Duties: fulfill clients animation needs including: animated logos, storyboard animatics, introductory videos, 3D fly throughs
Skills Utilized: Maya, Cinema 4D, AfterEffects, Adobe Suite, Unity
My Odesk Profile: https://www.odesk.com/users/~01a40ea505eba9b3db

Whole Foods Market
Buyer/Grocery Specialist/Accounting Specialist, January 2008-Present
Duties: ordering product for all grocery departments, monitoring projections/sales, maintaining the department, balancing tills, balancing safe, monetary paper work
Team Leaders: Tessa Fatland, 206.352.5440, Giselle Medina, 972.699.8075

Education

Animation Mentor
Graduated, May 2012 - December 2013
Certificate of Advanced Study of Character Animation
Currently Peer Buddy / Student Support

Cornish College of the Arts
Graduated Cum Laude, May 2010
Bachelor of Fine Arts, GPA of 3.5
President’s Scholarship, 2009
Motion Department Scholarship, 2007 & 2008



I love Dave's Killer Bread. Not just because its a tasty product, but because each type of bread has a different character on the label, my favorite being powerseed. Inspired by this, I naturally had to animate it.

Animation is mine.
Character design and logo belong to Dave's Killer Bread.

Nazi Invasion Plans - Test Render from Nawbeman on Vimeo.



Nazi Invasion Plans - Animatic from Nawbeman on Vimeo.



History:
After the attack on Pearl Harbor in December of 1941, Americans realized that they were not as far removed from the war across the sea as they thought. In fact, it was quite possible for them to lose this war. In February of 1942, a science fiction novelist by the name of Philip Wylie published an article on the possibilities of losing the War. in response, Life Magazine created a set of maps, detailing the routes and battle plans the Nazi's might use to invade the U.S.


My goal on this project was to bring these maps to life through animation while holding on to the style and illustrative quality of the original. I wanted to really visualize what this invasion would look like and change it from arrows on a map, to an advancing army on the march.
The original maps, as they appeared in Time Magazine:

A project for my Type in Motion class at Cornish College of the Arts, Junior year. The assignment was to create a 5 second transition between two opposite words. I got Simple and complex, so this is what I produced. Done in Cinema 4D and composed in AfterEffects.

Simple/Complex - Word Transition from Patrick Nobbe on Vimeo.



This was the final project for my Type In Motion class at Cornish College of the Arts, Junior year. The assignment was to take the 7 deadly sins and create a type piece displaying those qualities. My idea was to relate the words to different parts of the city (Lust: a strip club, Pride: a football stadium, etc.) and have the words, personified as beings relating their corresponding sin. Done using C4D & Aftereffects.

7 Deadly Sins from Patrick Nobbe on Vimeo.


This was a test render for a North West Film Forum spot intended to introduce what the company does. Seeing as the purpose of the company is to promote and nurture small independent films, my idea was to build a movie projector one piece at a time. Done with Cinema 4D.

NWFF - North West Film Forum - Identity Animation from Nawbeman on Vimeo.