Leading VFX studio creates the mythical Great Protector dragon, demonic Dweller-in-Darkness, and an army of little demons for Marvel Studios’ first film to feature an Asian super hero.
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The VFX studio delivers 237 shots, including the adorable, faceless, and furry four-winged Dijiang sidekick, in Marvel Studios’ first Asian super hero film.
Studio delivers nearly 300 shots depicting the village of Ta Lo and its lush, expansive jungle environs that included mountains, ancient forests, lakes, and rice paddies, along with a huge amount of natural looking vegetation, on Marvel Studios' first film to feature an Asian super hero.
Leading VFX company continues its expansion efforts with purchase of Australia-based high-end visual effects studio; combined companies will have close to 800 artists in eight locations around the globe.
South Australia’s booming movie industry has created a demand for skilled VFX artists; RSP and University partner to train and provide home-grown talent to bolster burgeoning industry.
Adelaide, South Australia-based VFX production house today marks 25 years creating visual effects for some of Hollywood’s biggest films.
Australian studio tackles 100 shots on Marvel’s hit superhero action-adventure sequel to ‘Spider-Man: Homecoming.’
Adelaide, South Australia-based studio delivers hundreds of complex VFX shots for the latest addition to the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Working on a tight schedule, South Australian visual effects studio produces more than 100 shots for 20th Century Fox’s alien adventure.
VFX studio to grow staff by one-third over next few months as well as add additional space and technological resources.
Studio produces a host of creative and technically complex shots running the gamut from creature effects to fantasy environments for new international fantasy adventure.
Visual effects supervisor Paul Linden helps orchestrate a successful marriage between stunts, special effects and visual effects for the new Lara Croft film.
This winter offers a franchise reboot, massive destruction on a global scale, and the return of Paddington the bear, but the real story just might be the worlds of wonder conjured up for the Disney adaptation of ‘A Wrinkle in Time.’
Australian VFX studio takes the lead in slow-motion battle scene, leveraging its recently-expanded character animation department to create photoreal warriors, horses and digital characters.
Nomination for Outstanding Composition in a Photoreal Feature comes for RSP’s work on the Quicksilver Extraction sequence in ‘X-Men: Apocalypse.’
Visual effects studio tops its award-winning effort in previous X-Men movie with explosive Quicksilver ‘Extraction’ sequence.
Australian visual effects studio standardizes on Solid Angle’s Arnold as its primary production renderer with a dramatic increase in efficiency.