The VFX supervisor on Greta Gerwig’s hit film sheds light on the various ways the famed Mattel doll and her world came to life across 1,300 shots involving various digital filmmaking tools, including virtual production, previs, postvis, CG set augmentation, and more than 20 fully CG shots, produced by Framestore, Chicken Bone FX, FuseFX, UPP, and Lola VFX.
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The miniature’s artist and modelmaker shares how his theatrical set-building career morphed into ‘tiny sets,’ how to make connections in the field, and what he charges for custom commissions.
FuseFX VFX supervisor Jamie Barty shares his studio’s work using old-fashioned in-camera forced perspective to help tell the story of a 13-foot-tall young Black man, Cootie, as he experiences the beauty and contradictions of the real world, in Boots Riley’s new series, now streaming on Prime Video.
Production of epic space adventure combines miniatures and real-time technologies at a fraction of the cost of similarly designed and animated blockbuster feature films.
In animator Terry Ibele's whimsical stop-motion short, a wizard casts his spell on audiences, turning everything in his path into ducks.
Production VFX supervisor Roger Guyett talks creating Princess Leia, the benefits of practical shooting, and bringing the saga to a close.
Sam De La Torre and DL Guerra’s animated short depicts the band’s raw, cacophonous journey battling supernatural creatures while careening across Los Angeles.
VFX supervisor Paul Lambert, DFX supervisor Tristan Myles, miniature effects supervisor Ian Hunter and special effects supervisor J.D. Schwalm receive Academy Awards for their contributions to director Damien Chazelle’s historical biopic.