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The wonderful world of Oz makes its way back to the big screen in the form of a family-friendly, CG animated musical. Check out production images from the film. All images courtesy of Summertime Entertainment.
The veteran Imageworks visual effects supervisor walks us through the production of Sony’s highly anticipated second Spider-Man offering.
In their largest feature film project to date, LA headquartered Proof Inc. spent 14 months prevising the second Captain America film and another eight months handling postvis. They were involved in every major action and visual effects-driven scene including the major third-act finale. Here's a selection of some of the previs images from the film. All images courtesy of Marvel Entertainment.
Art director Neal Holman and animation director Bryan Fordney explain how Floyd County Productions brings us FX’s animated gem.
Carlos Saldanha is again at the helm in the sequel to Blue Sky Studio's 2011 hit, Rio. Check out our set of production stills. All images TM and © 2013 Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation.
The PDI/DreamWorks head of character animation helps bring one of animation’s classic duos to the big screen.
Images from episodes "Spike Gets Skooled" and "Cats Ruffled Furniture" on Cartoon Network's The New Tom and Jerry Show. All images courtesy of Cartoon Network.
ILM rebuilt the helicarrier for the latest Marvel blockbuster and it's the company's biggest model in history. Here's a sample of some of the stunning concept art, vfx progressions and final shots. All images © 2014 Marvel.
The veteran Oscar-nominated VFX supervisor discusses Marvel’s latest Iron Man saga as well as the future of high frame rate filmmaking.
One of animation’s most successful producers reflects on her work, her NFB legacy and her plans for retirement.
The task is harder than it seems. Can you identify 43 cartoon theme songs in this Ensemble ACJW mashup? My attempt was an epic FAIL!
The LOOK Effects vfx supervisor discusses integrating miniatures, stop-motion, live action and more on Wes Anderson’s new film.