Nasser has a varied background in Engineering Product Design, Architectural Visualisation, and Game Development. He’s always eager to jump into and explore new avenues of creativity and design. He is currently working as a 3D artist in the digital art space and involved in creating virtual worlds in the burgeoning metaverse.
Nasser provides the following set of skills and expertise:
• 3D modelling, texturing, rigging, animation primarily in Blender
• Intermediate programming skills with Typescript, primarily used with Decentraland SDK
• Creating virtual worlds in Decentraland using a combination of 3D modelling and programming skills
• Experience with Photoshop and Illustrator
• Experience with illustration, traditional and digital art
*Nasser is employed by Summit Land Management, a Rose Law Group related company, and contracted with Rose Law Group.
Examples of Work
In The News
How will NFTs and cryptocurrency impact Arizona real estate market? Omar Abdallah, Rose Law Group attorney who provides Web3 legal services, weighs in
By Kyle Backer | AZ Big Media Jack Dorsey, co-founder of Twitter and CEO of Square, made headlines in March 2021 when he sold his first tweet as a non-fungible token (NFT) for over $2.9 million, which he converted to Bitcoin and donated to a charity assisting Africa’s pandemic response. The digital currency market is raising many questions, including how
By Ayuka Matsumoto | Brides Magazine Weddings in the metaverse and vows of eternal love in the blockchain—could this be the future of weddings? In the past few years, technology has become an even larger part of our lives worldwide. Even weddings are now making their way to the virtual space. Online weddings for guests who cannot attend physically have
Metaverse weddings aren’t legit in the real world, but they’re all the rage; Rose Law Group Founder and President Jordan Rose talks with The Daily Beast about the need for ‘metaverse legal services’
By Kaya Laterman | Daily Beast Feel like wearing a dragon costume on Mars and serving only tater tots for your wedding? How about passing out non-fungible tokens, or NFTs, as a party favor for your 3,000 guests? Anything goes during a metaverse ceremony. Couples in India and the U.S. made headlines months ago as their avatars, fictional representations of