Find these reels from REALTIME, Untold Studios and Painting Practice, plus an amazing Twitter thread from director Tom Kingsley.
Go behind the scenes with Freddy Chávez Olmos on ‘BYE-BYE’ and the actual AI and machine learning tools he used .
See how the Italian submarine film’s visual effects were made, including the extensive use of camera tracking data from the shoot.
The work includes the Temporal Loom and (human) spaghettification VFX.
Check out greenscreen work, CG animation and even miniatures.
Impossible Objects worked on this music video ‘Follow the Toad’ for PIA and EDM music producer Anymize, captured on a small stage with a 30 X 12 LED wall. Watch the video and behind the scenes here.
Check out the short featurette that showcases the performance capture and digital avatar work by Industrial Light & Magic.
Breaking down the opening chase scene.
This time, Artemple showcases its impressive VFX work for the David Fincher film, including for THAT opening scene.
Wylie Co. has posted a VFX breakdown showcasing their Michael Fassbender digi-double visual effects work.
The studio has released its reel showcasing work on the Star Wars series.
Behind the scenes of the film.
This featurette includes lots of on-set footage, stuffies, set surveying, and discussion from ILMers!
A really nice mix here of invisible effects work.
This featurette includes some neat VFX-related on-set b-roll.
It’s from Rodeo FX and their latest VFX breakdown for s3 of ‘The Witcher’.
The VFX studio has released a new reel from the show.
A series of Instagram posts from Creation Consultants break down their 1970’s era Soviet SAM site and bunker model build, and explosion. Really really cool to see.
Showcasing the Feral Predator.
The team is recreating the derelict spaceship model from ‘Alien’ in a series of videos.
The studio has released its reel.
Includes early CG ‘Star Trek’ tests.
The VFX studio has posted its reel, which looks at main creature work and environments.
Vehicles, tech and…skeletons!
Go under the sea to see the huge environments, incredible character animation and other visual effects work by the studio.
It’s all thanks to Berton Pierce as part of his amazing YouTube channel.
Featuring some of the greenscreen photography.