It’s from the Netflix Türkiye channel, but shows great behind the scenes.
A new podcast with visual effects supervisor Frank Petzold.
EXCLUSIVE: Watch this visual effects breakdown for the film.
The latest Shorts features Avatar: The Way of Water.
The VFX supervisor for ‘Top Gun: Maverick’ breaks down the biggest visual effects challenges in the film, and some of the invisible effects surprises from the team.
The Commodore Amiga 4000/040 was used by Digital Domain to help craft effects shots and review miniature shoots for Titanic, Apollo 13 and True Lies.
How ‘Emancipation’ VFX supervisor Rob Legato designed the Will Smith vs alligator scene.
Sci-Techs include recognition of rain bar practical FX, renderfarm management, 3D texturing and AI-driven facial veiling technology.
Plus, behind the scenes on ship builds to replicate the ‘miniatures look’, Ferrix’s shipyard, and Coruscant’s cityscapes.
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A step-by-step on how 700 terabytes worth of volumetric capture was crafted for the concert crowds in the Whitney Houston biopic.
Congrats to the nominees, and here’s how befores & afters covered each project.
They crafted environments, water, snow, rain and many other effects for the Guillermo del Toro film.
Vanity AI from MARZ is designed for 2D aging, de-aging, cosmetic, wig, and prosthetic fixes.
It’s designed for motion design, visual effects, and 3D compositing.
Behind the scenes of the visual effects for Thing in the hit Tim Burton show.
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Some extra things shared in breakdowns and discussion at the Academy event. The Academy VFX Branch hosted its Visual Effects Bake-Off on Saturday. The event …
The underwater, cave builds and invisible visual effects of ‘Thirteen Lives’.
The story behind how Unity made the game in the film.
How a giant water tank, a bevy of bluescreens and some innovative water sims helped make this Hurricane Katrina story possible.
Behind the design and the tools utilized by the studio on the film. If there’s one trend stirring up the feature animated film industry right …
How the VFX studio made the character fly, and how they also helped orchestrate the Talokan attack on Wakanda.
The ILM animation director gave this fantastic talk at VIEW Conference this year.
Performance capture that could be done simultaneously above and below water, a new muscle strains system away from blend shapes, and new R&D on a simulation framework to solve multiple types of water were among the big new developments for the film. Plus, the VFX team answer a major VFX question about a key scene.
Titanic turns 25, and we are celebrating here at befores & afters.