Los Angeles-based animation studio 6PH leverages Toon Boom’s Harmony Software for the two-minute music video finale, “Rap Battle,” in ‘The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water.’
Creative studio brings Robert Rugan’s short film to life by believably adding animated characters into a live-action world.
New Service Lets Users Pay for Substance Products in Monthly Installments with No Feature Limitations or Subscriptions; Previewing New Product Line at GDC Booth 212.
New Cintiq 13HD touch combines multi-touch with Wacom’s renowned pen performance for a liberating and immersive digital creative experience.
Jon Landau, James Cameron’s longtime producing partner at Lightstorm Entertainment, discusses the ‘Avatar’ sequels, new technologies, and more as part of AWN’s series of exclusive video interviews from FMX 2014.
Unmatched toolset for VFX/Games/Animation tracking and review brings world-class production pipelines to studios of all sizes.
Rounding out its collection of game development tools, Autod3esk previews Stingray Game Engine, Announces Maya LT 2016.
Cogswell the Dragon, the first character created for Cogswell’s in-house character project, ‘Avatarah,’ is available for free download.
A completely overhauled UI, a streamlined workflow and new store upgrades make 3D character creation easier than ever for game developers
Full-service boutique’s animation, visual FX & motion graphics talent tapped to create a digital journey that brings the rich history of Kansas City’s iconic Union Station building to life.
Big Block creates 1,000 FPS interactive experience for Critical Mass and Nissan “Meet The Machines.”
Previously available as an Autodesk Labs technology preview, high definition 3D reality capture conversion solution is now available as a free public beta.
Academy Award-winning films are part of the Lighting & Rendering track, a recurring series of presentations among the most relevant and successful components of every FMX program.
Directors Don Hall and Chris Williams and producer Roy Conli take home the award for best animated feature at the 87th annual Oscars.
Christopher Nolan’s Oscar-nominated sci-fi drama ‘Interstellar’ wins over the scientific community by depicting the most accurate black hole ever seen.
New video showcases visual effects created for the final installment of Peter Jackson’s ‘Hobbit’ trilogy, including key battle sequences and the destruction of Laketown.
Recognized for efforts in developing infrared-reducing dye-based filters for digital cameras, Steven Tiffen, Jeff Cohen and Michael Fecik receive special plaque at the Academy’s Sci-Tech Awards.
Aimed at furthering Amazon’s mission of “lifelong creative learning,” new board includes Maker Media president and CEO Dale Dougherty, Families and Work Institute president and co-founder Ellen Galinsky, author and illustrator Jarrett Krosoczka, and MIT Education Arcade creative director Scot Osterweil.
Created to showcase the power and options of the Toon Boom suite of animation software tools, ‘The Key’ integrates 2D and 3D elements, atmospheric mist, fire, liquid, shadows and more.
New video and images offer behind-the-scenes look at the making of Disney's Oscar-nominated short film.
Jon Chappell, Founder/CEO of Digital Rebellion will speak at February’s Los Angeles Creative Pro User Group.
Autodesk and Shotgun Software are CG tools of choice for all 5 Best VFX and 7 Best Picture Academy Award nominees.
Marvel’s Agent Carter marks the first time a Codex/ARRIRAW workflow has been used extensively in series television.