This featurette includes lots of on-set footage, stuffies, set surveying, and discussion from ILMers!
Includes early CG ‘Star Trek’ tests.
Read Gareth Edwards’ in-depth statement on the making of ‘The Creator’: how the director and his team took the unconventional approach of shooting the film first without sets and then approaching production design and visual effects later.
Awesome to see miniatures used in the show!
The Entertainment Tonight video includes some fun on-set imagery of Ford, plus befores/afters of the VFX by Industrial Light & Magic.
This new podcast breaks down several of the key VFX sequences in the show.
Including…Grogu and IG-12!
Industrial Light & Magic’s Todd Vaziri digs into the details on ‘Dungeons & Dragons’ (and also delivers us a VFX masterclass on working with anamorphic plates).
On the film’s 30th anniversary, learn how the VFX studio was going to motion blur Tippett’s stop-motion puppets, before things went CG.
Turning the Barbican into a Star Wars building.
We look back at the four decade anniversary of ‘Return of the Jedi’ with Industrial Light & Magic’s production supervisor on the film, Patricia Rose Duignan.
…but actually that was the result of some very neat visual effects work from Industrial Light & Magic.
How the director relied on ILM’s StageCraft virtual production set-up for the New Jersey tornado sequence.
VFX Notes has a special guest — Habib Zargarpour – who discusses his role at ILM on the oceans for ‘The Perfect Storm’.
Stop-motion puppet fabrication, Dragonheart’s animation and a look back at Gravity.
Re-visiting the go-motion work by Phil Tippett at ILM.
The studio has released their work showcasing the attack on the city.
A new VFX Notes breaks down the big ticket VFX items in the film.
Plus, behind the scenes on ship builds to replicate the ‘miniatures look’, Ferrix’s shipyard, and Coruscant’s cityscapes.
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.
Chihuahuas can be scary. But the real reason it served as reference for the Warg was: reality.
And how ILM crafted the final intricate performances of Ollie, Rosy and Zozo.
The latest on StageCraft and other tech at ILM.
‘The Bubble’ had some slightly unusual visual effects requirements to help deliver its tongue-in-cheek tale.
A deep dive into the VFX of four fun characters featured in ‘The Sandman’.