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On the eve of the September 16 reissue of The Lion King in a 3D version, watch this short excerpt from the Blu-ray extras featuring producer Don Hahn and supervising animators Andreas Deja (Scar) and Tony Bancroft (Pumbaa) recalling their work on the landmark Disney film.
Director Spike Jonze puts Hov and Yeezy in a sweet customized ride for this deliberately laid-back music video that eschews bombast in favor of a deliberately (and probably deceptively) relaxed, loose-limbed performance.
Director Nicholas Winding Refn, whose Pusher trilogy was one of the grimmest cinematic achievements of the last decade, brings his sensibility to this crime thriller about a stunt driver starring Ryan Gosling, Carey Mulligan, and ... Albert Brooks?
GenArts' Chief Scientist Gary Oberbrunner, CTO David Sturman and CMO Steve Bannerman discuss how GPU power has impacted the development cycle of future GenArts plug-ins, particularly the creation of new kinds of effects that currently only exist in proprietary pipelines built at various studios in-house. StudioDaily caught up with them at NAB 2010.
Watch video on the best in television advertising commercials. Selections based on concept and execution, including cinematography, visual effects, animation, editing, color correction and sound. Watch the Tops Spots now.
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What first led to Neo3D’s development? Traditionally, when you do a 3D edit, you have to do a 2D edit first. We knew Avid was dabbling with solutions for this, but the DNxHD codec wasn’t broad enough to handle everything. …
When the makers of Sesame Street were considering whether to make certain elements of the show digital its main concern was to keeping the look and feel of the Sesame Street puppets in CG. For director Jan Carlee and the animation team at SpeakeasyFX, tasked with creating 13 nine-minute digital episodes along with footage for online games that will begin appearing within the Sesame Street show in November, this presented a number of challenges, not the least of which was creating hair and fur that moved dynamically on these characters.
New York facility UVPHACTORY used a range of 2D and full-on 3D effects for The History Channel’s latest historical/fantastical mashup, The Clash of the Gods, blending everything from stock photos and painterly, hand-drawn boards to complex VFX shots. Working with …