Daniel Tucker Lizzama is a young man committed to his craft. He was born in Mexico and grew up in Hollywood, California. During his boyhood he worked as an assistant for a famous documentarian called Eduardo Duarte Ontiveros who was the President of Creativo Publicidad S.A de C.V. This company gave him the opportunity to learn how to make documentaries including professional photography, conferences and audiovisuals with Multi-Carousel Slide Projectors. Daniel Lizzama never imagined that this job would open the door to filmmaking, theater and animation in America. This young man became so proficient with his art that he was awarded several honorable recognitions worldwide and acclaimed as a writer, animator, filmmaker. In addition, his natural skills in Graphic Design made him remarkably precise for technologies. He has also specialized in product focus strategy with User Experience Design (UX).
Getting Involved in Theater improves your improvisational skills
D. Tucker studied Theater at The Accademia Italiana - Centro di Educazione Continua Professionale Viale Monza, Milano, Italy. Rita Nachtmann was his teacher when he studied drama at UCLA. She received the Berilla Kerr Award in 1996 and the PEN Center USA West Literary Award in Drama for her play "How I Spent My Life's Vacation". Nevertheless, Daniel is a current student of Drama "Exploring Shakespeare" at Oxford University, United Kingdom. He has considerable experience in Performing Arts.
Visual Development Portafoliocolor script and environmental studies
Original Painting by Daniel Tucker Lizzama
I drew this boat in a stormy ocean. The entire scene came out of my imagination and proportion was managed by studying photographs of different type of sailing ships and caravels. The term "sailing ship" was most often used to describe any large marine vessel that utilized sails to harness the power of wind.
The forbidden ocean
Totina heading to America in the year 1900. This scene is part of the movie “Fräulein Totina, The Tiny Girl from Vienna”. Her great-grandmother Countess Theresia Von Kaunitz, was experiencing deep sadness when she encouraged Totina to run away. The Countess told her to not be worried about anything, indicating she planned to hide somewhere around the palace. She thought about going to the police for protection, but the servants and the butler stopped her when she was saying good bye to the girl and her robot who arrived from another galaxy.
Fräulein Totina, The Tiny Girl from Vienna
character exploration - Animation
Drawing practicebefore making the preliminary sketch
Working with color - acrylic,pastel, graphite pencil & watercolor
Each painting presents built-in step-by-step lessons which I followed to achieve the final theme. It is a gift for me to possess painting skills from childhood, however, this practice has reinforced my techniques.