Overseen by animation director Pablo Grillo, Framestore delivers more than 520 shots including digi-doubles, set extensions, CG swans and an adorably re-styled Paddington for the much-anticipated sequel to the 2014 worldwide hit.
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Vicon motion capture cameras and software aided in the creation of undead soldiers, crowded cities and even the Hulk, all in a matter of days.
Marvel Studios VFX supervisor Jake Morrison oversaw just under 2,700 shots contributed by Framestore, Digital Domain, Double Negative, Industrial Light & Magic, Rising Sun Pictures, Method Studios, Iloura and Luma Pictures for the third instalment of the God of Thunder franchise.
Live mocap link from London to Montreal employing Vicon’s Shōgun and Epic’s Unreal Engine helps artists produce a digital crowd in less than 24 hours.
Award-winning VFX house delivers 1.5km-long International Space Station, a futuristic shuttle, spacesuits and digital doubles of Gerard Butler and Alexandra Maria Lara, and more for director Dean Devlin’s climate disaster spectacle.
A team of 175 artists at Framestore’s Montréal hub deliver nearly 300 VFX shots across nine sequences for director Denis Villeneuve’s follow-up to the 1982 classic sci-fi feature directed by Ridley Scott.
Framestore reunites with Marvel Studios to deliver the climactic final act of ‘Thor: Ragnarok,’ producing 459 shots of heavy-duty VFX and a host of fully-CG characters.
Montréal local served as CG supervisor on films including BAFTA-nominated ‘Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them,’ Denis Villeneuve’s BAFTA-nominated ‘Arrival,’ Ridley Scott’s ‘Alien: Covenant’ and the upcoming ‘Geostorm.’
Visual effects producer has overseen widely-recognized commercial campaigns for Three, Cravendale and Harvey Nichols, among others.
‘War for the Planet of the Apes,’ ‘The Jungle Book,’ ‘Kong: Skull Island,’ ‘Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them,’ ‘Ghost in the Shell,’ ‘Valerian and The City of a Thousand Planets’ and ‘Doctor Strange’ receive awards for feature film VFX at 2017 Australian Effects & Animation Festival.
Hughes has been an integral part of Framestore’s production department since 2010, leading a growing team of producers across Framestore’s core VFX artistry.
International Oscar-winning creative studio Framestore is showing its cross-platform capabilities yet again by bringing the powerful Marvel character Hulk to life on both film and commercial platforms, with the London film team and the Los Angeles integrated advertising team collaborating on the latest CG characterization of Hulk for upcoming Marvel Studios releases and Renault’s commercial “Renault Kwid.”
The Framestore Film team in London and Integrated Advertising team in Los Angeles extend the studio’s big screen Hulk experience into director Jonathan Gurvit’s slammin’ new “Renault KWID” spot.
Framestore VFX supervisor Kyle McCulloch shares how Mrs. Potts, Lumiere, Cogsworth, Cadenza and Garderobe were brought to life in Disney’s hit live-action remake of the classic 1991 animated feature.
The veteran Framestore VFX supervisor talks about previs, virtual production and visual development on the first cinematic installment about the magical creatures of J. K. Rowling’s ‘Harry Potter’ universe.
Representing more than 600 academic facilities located in over 80 countries worldwide, worldwide, Autodesk-sponsored student competition received 8,725 digital projects created by 2,752 students.
The Chicago-based design house rose to the challenge of creating both an animated, custom typeface and a bold main title sequence logo for the return of Peter Quill, Rocket, Baby Groot, Gamora and Drax the Destroyer in 'Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2.'
Production VFX supervisor Christopher Townsend integrates the work of artists from around the world to wow audiences with Ego the Planet and other new digital characters in Marvel’s latest sci-fi action adventure hit.
Conjuring giant elephants, magical serpents and the out-of-this-world CG environments, London and Montréal studios contribute a total of 437 VFX shots to director Guy Ritchie’s Medieval adventure.
The One Club for Creativity awards has honored Framestore with 49 trophies across five projects, including 18 gold awards for ‘Field Trip to Mars,’ all for the production company’s innovative work in virtual and augmented reality.
Studios from Sydney to London help create the visual effects for Ridley Scott’s new sci-fi/horror film.
Framestore collaborates with VFX supervisor Christopher Townsend to deliver more than 620 shots ranging from creature work, spaceships, ‘the best opening sequence in the world’ and an exhilarating space chase across the Galaxies.
VFX supervisor Axel Bonami details MPC’s development of new shooting techniques and software tools to create the stunning visuals for the live-action adaptation of the popular Manga series.
Concept artist Ash Thorp releases a highlight reel of concepts and animations created for director Rupert Sanders’ live-action remake of the classic anime property starring Scarlett Johansson.