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Jean Francois Heurtaux

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Umbrellas
The Umbrellas, 2007 Digital Print 48cmx33cm © Heurtaux Jean-Francois
Galaxies
Galaxies, 2010 Digital Print 48cmx33cm © Heurtaux Jean-Francois
Upsidedownhp
Upside-Down, 2010 Digital Print 33cmx48cm © Heurtaux Jean-Francois
Eve
The First Sin, 2009 Digital Print 33cmx48cm © Heurtaux Jean-Francois
Clown
The I, 2008 Digital Print 33cm X 48 Cm © Heurtaux Jean-Francois
Unitedcolors
United Colors of Women, 2007 Digital Print 48cm X 33 Cm © Heurtaux Jean-Francois
Zebradream
Zebra Dream, 2007 Digital Print 48cm X 33 Cm © Heurtaux Jean-Francois
Nirvan
Nirvana, 2006 Digital Print 48cm X 33 Cm © Heurtaux Jean-Francois
Whatagoodtime
What a good time!, 2006 Digital Print 48cm X 33 Cm © Heurtaux Jean-Francois
Blabla
Bla-Bla, 2010 Digital Print 33cm X 48 Cm © Heurtaux Jean-Francois
Tessellation
Cubes, 2010 Digital Print 33cm X 48 Cm © Heurtaux Jean-Francois
Marbles-game
Game Marbles, 2010 Digital Print 33cm X 48 Cm © Heurtaux Jean-Francois
Tachesolaire
SunSpot, 2010 Digital Print 33cm X 48 Cm © Heurtaux Jean-Francois
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Nailed Heart, 2010 Digital Print 33cmx48cm © Jean-Francois Heurtaux
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Portait of a Priest, 2008 Digital Print 33cmx48cm © Jean-Francois Heurtaux
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Wires in Motion, 2010 Digital Print 33cmx48cm © Jean-Francois Heurtaux
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..What.., 2008 Digital Print 48cmx33cm © Jean-Francois Heurtaux
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Quick Facts
Birthplace
Thies Senegal
Lives in
Maputo
Works in
CG
Tags
cg computer surrealism digital, abstract, figurative
Statement
Half Vietnamese, half French, Jean-Francois Heurtaux is born in Senegal (West Africa) in 1959. In Paris, he studied 3D modeling and animation at The ADAC Paris Ateliers in 1990 on Silicon Graphics workstation.
Jean-Francois was so impressed by the creative use of visual computing, that he decided to continue in this area of digital art. In 3D computer graphic (CG) art he tries to depict his vision and experiences in life, by mixing imagination and reality.

In computer and CG, Jean-Francois used his knowledge as:

- editor of computer magazine PIXEL - Paris.

- Unix system administrator for Silicon Graphics workstations - Paris.

- giving demo's of several 3D modeling and animation softwares on SGI workstations.

At present, he uses in his creative process the software Vue8 Infinite for rendering, Poser 7 for characters and Hexagon for modeling.