About

 

I intend to make this blog a place to share my creations, in any form.

I hope to hear your thoughts, feelings and suggestions about the images i post.

I’m currently working at Animation Lab in Jerusalem, Israel, as Art Director.
I’m also teaching Character Maquette Sculpting in HackerU college in Tel Aviv.

 

rafi@rafiba.com

972-54-2448022


9 Responses to “About”

  1. great work! I cant wait to see more!

  2. hi rafi my name is Maayan Politzer and i loved your pictures and the picture you painted at my wall in my room thank you and i hope we meet mataisheu

  3. WOW! I love your work! You’re very talented, in so many different styles and artforms! Awesome. Would love to see your work in real life! :o) You’re inspiring!

  4. Hi rafi I love your work . saw you today on tv , I didnt know that their is israelians working in the industry and doing this kind of works using maya software. Im now learning maya and after effects and interesting in learning this in GNOMON SCHOOL but its very expensive . Do you know a good place that i can learn it ? What I want is to get to high levels of design . More than just basic modeling . this is my email aviran.panigel@gmail.com.
    If you still have some time to fans , i would appreciate it alot if you return to me

    thank you
    aviran 0544823664

  5. Hi, nice to meet you !

  6. nice works you have here!

  7. אהבתי מאוד את העבודות , אשמח אם תביע דעה על עבדותי , תודה וערב טוב 🙂

  8. Just stumbled upon your blog and it’s wonderful! Doesn’t look like you’re posting much anymore, though. Too bad.

  9. אתה פשוט מוכשר!

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