Visual effects supervisor Chris Browne has big plans for his sci-fi project originally conceived as a feature film and TV series – he created 200 digitally augmented shots with photoreal robots, virtual environments, and swarming drone bots for the short film proof-of-concept.
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The Oscar and Emmy Award-winning filmmaker, author, and illustrator shares how a series of tragic losses – first his young daughter, then his wife – led to a prolonged period of creative withdrawal that he eventually emerged from, due to a simple twist of fate, to produce some of his career’s strongest and most innovative work.
Spire Studios’ creative director, development discusses climbing the corporate animation ladder, a must have skill to attract new opportunities, and how to develop the confidence to forge your own path.
German visual effects studio's new highlight reel showcases their work on funky ‘60s planet, menacing robots, and White Room prison cell from hit HBO horror fantasy series.
Brian Selznick to pen script for first ever animated version of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s 1925 classic American novel.
Doors will close sometime in April; 450 employees will lose their jobs as the studio behind the hugely successful ‘Ice Age’ franchise falls victim to the pandemic’s continuing economic impact.
Jean-Marie Marbach’s abstract short, inspired by Visual Music and made entirely with Trapcode Suite, takes top prize at annual showcase for excellence in computer animation.
Presentations on Pixar’s ‘Incredibles 2,’ Weta’s history of digital characters and latest advances in virtual humans part of four packed days of computer graphics-related events running December 4-7 in Tokyo.
Director of hits from ‘Ice Age’ to ‘Ferdinand’ will receive the festival’s Iconic Director award and present a master class.
Conference also sets Animation Production Day for April 26-27, releases third trailer in a series and confirms new participants.
NVIDIA shows first interactive demo of an Isaac lab trained robot in NVIDIA Project Holodeck at SIGGRAPH 2017.