Digital Effects & Artist

An Interview with Gravity FX Supervisor Neil Corbould | DP/30

In a remarkable career that started when he talked his uncle into letting work on the set of Superman: The Movie, Neil Corbould has been part of some of history’s biggest movies. He’s been Oscar-nominated 4 times, winning for Gladiator in 2000. The last time he was part of what he felt was a landmark Read MoreRead More

Life After Pi – A Documentary on the Rhythm & Hues Studios

LIFE AFTER PI is a short documentary about Rhythm & Hues Studios, the L.A. based Visual Effects company that won an Academy Award for its groundbreaking work on “Life of Pi” — just two weeks after declaring bankruptcy. The film explores rapidly changing forces impacting the global VFX community and the Film Industry as a Read MoreRead More

The Making of the Title Sequence from “The LEGO Movie”

Art of the Title interviews Creative Director Brian Mah, VFX Supervisor James Andrson  and Executive Producer Kathy Kelehan of Alma Mater on their work on the side scrolling stop motion animation that is the credit sequence for “The LEGO Movie” So, how did this project begin? What was the first meeting about this sequence like? BM: We were initially contacted Read MoreRead More

ILM’s scientific solutions

Ian Failes reports on ILM’s wins in the Scientific and Technical Awards for their advancements in computer generated graphics. ILM is no stranger to the SciTech Awards; numerous innovations crafted by its artists and engineers have been recognized with prestigious Scientific and Technical Awards from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. The studio’s Read MoreRead More

Illusion of Space Flight | Shanks FX

To create a spaceship flying through the space, the effects wizards of yesteryear used simple techniques of keeping the model spaceship still, and having the camera move in towards the objects. This would give the illusion that the ship was moving. Watch as Shanks FX try these techniques with the spaceships in his collection!!!  Read More

Create Your Own HDR Day to Night Timelapse

Stefan Surmabojov shows you how to create a cool looking HDR day to night time-lapse. Starting with the needed equipment for the shoot, he’ll also cover the settings of the camera and the intervalometer. Finally, he’ll go to the post-processing stage where all the magic will happen. Tutorial Via CGI Tuts+  Read More

Brick-by-brick: how Animal Logic crafted The LEGO Movie

Ian Failes goes in depth at how they accomplished the animation for the “The LEGO Movie” It wasn’t until the first trailer for The LEGO Movie was released in June last year that the world finally had a handle on what the Phil Lord and Chris Miller animated pic actually ‘was’. Would it be stop motion? Part Read MoreRead More

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