…of the aerial kind.
“After the second take, somebody gave me a baton.”
The star of the film had 1,150,070 hairs (and it wasn’t Linguini).
Including the time VFX supe Rob Legato used an Evian spray bottle for outer-space particles.
How mocap and motion blur were critical for these early digi-doubles.
And the video is LOL.
2D, 3D and everything in between.
Air pods and office spaces this season relied on new virtual production techniques, something that goes back all the way to the beginning of the series.
Legacy Effects shares its process for ‘Tales From the Loop’.
Framestore animation supervisor Arslan Elver breaks down the specific digital dog traits in ‘Lady and the Tramp’.
He’ll be sharing stories from the show in a special preview of VIEW Conference.
The stop-motion film is celebrating its 20th anniversary.
Part of the VES’ VFX Pros series.
Pixomondo reveals how they turned Jeremy Irons into gold, and realized the fun house mirror effects.
How DNEG delivered ‘Westworld’s’ droids for season 3.
The film turns 25 this week.
Robots, ships and alien creatures.
A quick run-down of the upcoming sessions from Framestore, MPC and more.
A highlight from ‘The Mandalorian’.
The VFX studio showcases its work for the show.
A lengthy chat with some VFX leaders.
Go behind the scenes of the opener of the film.
Previs director Mohammad Khalikh details role of iClone in visualizing Amazon Prime India’s ‘The Forgotten Army.’
Do you remember which version you first tried?