Roswell Rays

Two alien creatures locked in separate cells in a secret military prison confront each other in a fierce battle, with only one emerging victorious and being beamed up to a mysterious UFO

  • Jorge Enrique Baldeon
  • Jorge Enrique Baldeon
  • Jorge Enrique Baldeon
  • Project Type:
    Animation, Short
  • Genres:
    Sci-Fi, Mistery, Animation
  • Runtime:
    2 minutes 30 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    February 10, 2023
  • Production Budget:
    0 USD
  • Country of Origin:
    United States
  • Country of Filming:
    Ecuador, United States
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Director Biography - Jorge Enrique Baldeon

Jorge Enrique Baldeón Triana
March 19, 1980

Bachelor of technology in Graphic Design ESPOL University (2004).

CoFounder RAMP02 Animation Studio (2005-2008).

CoFounder BOT Animation Studio (2010-2021)

Fine art exhibitions for the municipal museum of Guayaquil-Ecuador in 2001.

3d artwork featured in online galleries like 3d Total, CG Society, CG Channel and Autodesk's The Area.

3d artwork published in D'artiste Character Modeling: Digital Artists Masterclass Books (2005).

3d Animation teacher at UPT (University of Guayaquil) and ESPOL University (2009-2011)

Artista of the month of December Autodesk (2016)

Artist of the year Autodesk (2017)

Director Statement

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Director Statement

As the director of "Roswell Rays," I am thrilled to bring to life this suspenseful and action-packed short film. The story takes place in a secret military prison at night and revolves around two alien creatures locked in separate cells who confront each other in a fierce battle. The creatures' unique abilities and the unexpected setting of the military prison create a mysterious and ominous atmosphere that keeps the audience on the edge of their seats. The high-stakes battle, combined with the suspenseful and action-packed elements, make for a truly thrilling experience.

I was particularly drawn to this story because it explores the unknown and taps into our innate fear of the unknown. The idea of two alien creatures locked up in a secret military prison is intriguing and provides ample opportunity for suspense and horror. I wanted to create a visual feast for the audience, showcasing the creatures' unique abilities and the tension-filled atmosphere of the military prison.

I approached this project with the goal of learning the complete 3D production workflow, using Blender to bring the story to life. The end result is a thrilling and visually stunning film that I am proud to share with audiences everywhere.