The seasoned VFX vet shares how an integrated pipeline built upon Adobe software brings greater creative freedom and efficiency to the production.
FMX, Europe's most influential Conference on Animation, Effects, Games and Transmedia, announces highlights of the 2013 FMX Conference program.
Visual Effects workers finally took to the streets in a protest march during the 2013 Academy Awards. But is their message clear?
Digital artists worldwide relied on Autodesk Media & Entertainment software to create the best movies of the year.
NVIDIA announces Ralph V. Gilles and Erez Lieberman Aiden as the keynote speakers for the fourth-annual GPU Technology Conference.
BorisFX announces that each category of Boris Continuum Complete filters is now available as a separate Boris Continuum Unit.
Thinkbox Software announces the release of Krakatoa MY, the high-volume particle renderer for the Autodesk Maya 3D software running on Microsoft Windows and Linux operating systems.
Technology developer Luxion announces KeyShot 4, the next generation of the company’s groundbreaking rendering and animation solution.
One of Mumbai’s largest animation studios orders 2,000 licenses for its short and feature film work.
Autodesk kicks off its “Gwen & Dave” animated vacation getaway contest with prizes including a license of the Autodesk Entertainment Creation Suite Ultimate, a Lenovo ThinkPad W530 Mobile Workstation, a license of Autodesk Mudbox, and an NVIDIA Quadro card.
Watch a progression reel displaying the process of creating one of the key shots in Disney’s short film, “Paperman,” directed by John Kahrs.
The film’s Executive Producer and ILM VFX Supervisor discuss the Oscar®-nominated superhero epic’s visual effects challenges.
Rodeo FX Boosts its pipeline with the integration of Solid Angle's Arnold Core and Arnold for Softimage rendering system.