Alain Bielik gets a full report from Double Negative about Hellboy II: The Golden Army, its largest character animation project to date.
Tara Bennett talks to Ken Hahn and Carey Villegas of Sony Imageworks about the unconventional yet satisfying demands of Hancock.
Joe Strike talks to the Pixar artist about cars, Cars and the creation of the robotic couple of the year.
Vfx in animated features takes center stage this month on VFXWorld. So, let's open with a little quiz.
Eric Post takes us on a ride through some of the summer tools that are setting new standards for vfx excellence.
Bill Desowitz talks to DP Jeremy Lasky and Directing Animator Angus MacLane about making the new look old in Pixar's latest animated masterpiece.
Tara Bennett asks VFX Supervisor Joe Bauer about reinventing Get Smart for the big screen and the 21st century.
Thomas J. McLean finds out what happened when ILM and CafeFX were enlisted to bring some gory effects to M. Night Shyamalan's first R-rated film, The Happening.
Janet Hetherington looks at how Animalia brings CG talking animals -- ones that teach children language arts and the power of words -- to TV screens around the world.
Bill Desowitz chats with ILM's Pablo Helman and Steve Rawlins about the challenges of pulling off Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull.
Tara Bennett speaks with David Vána of UPP Prague about revisiting The Andromeda Strain as a recent A& E miniseries with lots of vfx demands.
Joe Strike talks with vfx supervisor Markus Manninen and production designer Raymond Zibach about the realization of DreamWorks' "most ambitious project ever."
The former work-for-hire power transitions into a source of proprietary animation for the global market.
Bill Desowitz gets the exclusive, in-depth lowdown on the indispensible previs for Iron Man, Speed Racer and Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull.
The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian offers more action and greater CG interaction with actors, so Alain Bielik speaks to Dean Wright and Wendy Rogers about the latest set of challenges.
Bill Desowitz gets a first look at Pixar's new short, Presto, with director Doug Sweetland: a "cartoony cartoon" with lots of traditional magic.
With tonight's final episode of the fourth season, House VFX Supervisor Elan Soltes gives Tara Bennett their prescription for success.
With today's release of The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian, director Andrew Adamson reflects on his cinematic journey through C.S. Lewis' mythical realm.
Bill Desowitz goes deeper into Speed Racer's 'Photo Anime' look with Digital Domain's Compositing Supervisor Darren Poe and Digital Effects Supervisor Jake Morrison.