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.
Category: Visual Effects
It’s that time of the year again where 6000 male, mostly-white, 60 year olds put on their bi-focal 3D glasses and try to figure out what visual effects are.
Sixteen-year ILM veteran will oversee all operational matters for Lucasfilm, ILM and Skywalker sound, reporting directly to Lucasfilm president Kathleen Kennedy and Walt Disney Studios president Alan Bergman.
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.
ArenaNet taps Axis and Director Stephen Donnelly to create a teaser trailer for the second installment of the multiplayer online role playing game.
Real-time 3D animation and cinematic rendering tool adds support for Substance, SpeedTree, PhysX and Indigo Render with 10x faster production speed.
Swedish team Brikk inspires culinary artistry in a new PSA blending sharp tabletop with cleverly delectable cuisine design for Wolf Ranges.
New spot from biscuit filmworks directorial duo The Freise Brothers employs 3D modeling software and compositing techniques.
First-of-its-kind specialized diploma program features industry-standard curriculum implementing the process and pipeline used at MPC and other Vancouver-area visual effects studios.
New Deadline feature simplifies the creation of cloud-based render farms; Beta access comes with $500 credit for Google Cloud Platform render resources.
Directed by Adolescent Content’s 15-year-old director Claire Jantzen, animated short will be shown in theaters and air on the Disney Channel.
Global short film and video competition for the film and advertising industries recognizes House Special’s ‘A Tale of Momentum & Inertia,’ ‘A Girl Named Elastika’ directed by Guillaume Blanchet, and NYOD ‘Long Live New York’ by Y&R New York.
Move underlines role as the leading trade organization for industry professionals across the content production, finishing, distribution through archive lifecycle.
3D conversion company partners with Metaverse on ‘The Recruit: R U In,’ a new interactive project currently featured on Samsung’s Milk VR store.
Culver City-based visual effects shop partners with independent game studio to enhance the visual experience for the launch of the company’s debut title.
Led by VFX supervisor Stu Aitken and art director Jon Beeston, Bristol and Glasgow-based visual effects studio creates the visual effects for the brand-new BBC sci-fi series ‘Eve.’
HP DreamColor Display used in production of Oscar-nominated films, including DreamWorks Animation’s ‘How to Train Your Dragon 2.’
Framestore's London and Montreal teams deliver over 500 shots to help realize the Wachowski’s lavish and beautifully designed sci-fi universe, including CG hero characters, CG environments, digital doubles, and a host of CG space ships and planets, along with all manner of explosions, fireballs, shattering glass and liquid nano-technology.
Visual studio handles all aspects of new campaign from Team Detroit from concepting the approach to live-action production and VFX and post.
Short film narrated by Patton Oswalt is chock-full of visual effects both obvious and subtle, all powered by Red Giant technology.