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Tag: vfx

Bifrost for Maya announced

Autodesk has announced Bifrost for Maya which will ship on July 31 with the Maya 2019.2 release. The new Bifrost offers a node-based visual programming environment to create many types of VFX including smoke, fire, and fuzz and effects that require high-performance particle systems. Some of the main features include: Ready-to-Use Graphs – Users can quickly […]

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Method Studios’ VFX – “Men in Black: International”

Columbia Pictures’ Men in Black: International continues the original franchise’s inventive tone, pairing new recruit Agent M (Tessa Thompson) with veteran Agent H (Chris Hemsworth). Director F. Gary Gray blends comedy, sci-fi and adventure as the duo encounter eye-popping aliens and exotic locales to uncover a mole in the Men in Black organization. To help realize the film’s […]

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WATCH: Michelle Eisenreich Talks ‘First Man’ In-Camera VFX at FMX 2019

DNEG visual effects producer discusses unique processing of never-before-seen NASA footage on Damien Chazelle’s Oscar-winning drama about Neil Armstrong’s legendary Moon walk. With FMX 2019 just finishing up May 3 in Stuttgart, Germany, we’re pleased to present our latest set of exclusive interviews with some of the talented speakers who presented over the packed four-day conference, a […]

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“The Orville” – Season 2 VFX Breakdown Reel

The Orville follows the adventures of the eponymous starship that, much in the same mold as Roddenberry’s Star Trek, has as its mission to explore lands and peoples not yet discovered. With such space-faring storylines comes the necessity for hugely ambitious visual effects, and international VFX studio Pixomondo was only too happy to lend their talents to the effort. […]

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“Captain Marvel” — Trixter VFX Breakdown

German VFX studio Trixter released the breakdown of their work on Marvel’s 2019 blockbuster Captain Marvel, showing their work on such tremendous scenes as the approach to Mar-Vell’s laboratory, Captain Marvel’s escape from Skrull torture, and her subsequent tumble into a Blockbuster Video. But while the bombastic effects definitely impress, it’s their work on crafting the small & fuzzy […]

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Chaos Group Releases V-Ray for Unreal Update 1

Support for native Unreal materials and Viewport rendering bring powerful new capabilities to full user base.  LOS ANGELES — Chaos Group has just announced the release of V-Ray for Unreal Update 1, bringing new capabilities to the only production rendering workflow designed for real-time. With new support for native Unreal materials, designers can now ray trace […]

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Exr-IO 2.00 released with Cryptomatte support

Kirlian Camera for Photoshop artists Exr-IO 2.00 is a kind of digital Kirlian camera for imaginative artists. You can see things that were hidden from you all the time:Cryptomatte passes which generate automatically masks for your objects, billions of uncompressed colors. Each and every shade, reflection and shadow of your 3D work can be now accessed […]

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Quake II RTX Releasing for Free with Ray-Tracing Support

NVIDIA has announced that Quake II RTX will be available on GeForce.com as a free download on June 6. Quake II RTX is the world’s first game that is fully path-traced, a ray-tracing technique that unifies all lighting effects such as shadows, reflections, refractions and more into a single ray-tracing algorithm. The result is a stunning new look for id […]

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Creating a Sense of Realism in ‘Pokémon Detective Pikachu’

Framestore’s Jonathan Fawkner and MPC’s Pete Dionne discuss the various ways visual effects were produced to help director Rob Letterman bring the smart-aleck yellow cartoon sleuth to the screen. Despite the cartoon origins of the Pokémon characters, filmmaker Rob Letterman (Monsters vs Aliens) and production VFX supervisor Erik Nordby (Passengers) were determined to situate the […]

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WATCH: Oscar Winner Doug Chiang Talks ‘Star Wars’ Visual Design at FMX 2019

Legendary artist shares concept design insights, George Lucas’ impact on his evolution as a designer, working through production design challenges and how he handles different opinions from strong creative voices on a film.  With FMX 2019 just finishing up May 3 in Stuttgart, Germany, we’re pleased to present our latest set of exclusive interviews with some of […]

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