(And you can already read a special in-depth preview of this in issue #2 of befores & afters magazine).
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A deep dive with Hugo and Ian on an old-school film and old-school VFX techniques.
Go behind the scenes with Vision Crew Unlimited back in 1996.
One of the models is now hanging in the lobby of an airport hotel.
Revisit some of the film’s models with Nigel Blake.
Some fun posts on the visual effects technique.
VFX supe Volker Engel goes back to the film, the trailer, and the production of the 1998 film.
Something very cool was shown at a panel for ‘The Mandalorian’.
Shooting models sideways, making Tim Robbins act in reverse, and the movies where the same miniatures made surprise reappearances.
The practical, miniature, matte painting and optical visual effects behind the 1984 film.
“We can’t just have all of our actors working in front of a bluescreen. They need to be on a hill, interacting with the environment, the wind’s got to be blowing…”
How Imageworks tackled the look and feel of ‘Vivo’.
A look back at the VFX studio’s first major project.
All about ILM’s adoption of several new technologies back on JP3, including ambient occlusion, virtual sets, Maya Paint Effects and dynamic flesh sims.
ID4 turns 25.