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Weta Digital’s Guy Williams on The Avengers

Guy Williams was the visual effects supervisor at Weta Digital for The Avengers. We spoke to him last May upon the release of the film, and caught up with him again to talk about his Oscar and BAFTA nominations for … more »

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ILM’s Jeff White on The Avengers

Jeff White’s nominations for a visual effects Oscar and BAFTA award for his work at Industrial Light & Magic on The Avengers are his first, but they follow five VES nominations and a VES award for Outstanding Visual Effects in … more »

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ScanlineVFX LA and Vancouver: Where the Sky Meets the Sea

As you read this, be aware that my purpose over the past couple of blogs has been to find a few VFX houses that are doing well who were willing to share a bit of information that might help others. … more »

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10 Factoids from Avengers Editor Jeff Ford

When StudioDaily and Avid hosted our live webinar with the editorial team on The Avengers, co-editor Jeffrey Ford shared a lot of insight on his methodology, the vibe on a Joss Whedon film, technical specs in the cutting room, careers … more »

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How ILM Built a Blasted-Out NYC

All the heroes for The Avengers don’t appear onscreen. With a film this dependent on visual effects, you’d have to consider work by the crews at all the studios who completed the highly-praised shots on a tight schedule as heroic. … more »

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How Weta Digital Made Gods Grapple in The Avengers

“It’s gods fighting each other,” says Weta Digital visual effects supervisor Guy Williams, describing a fight between Iron Man and Thor in The Avengers, one of many for which the studio supplied digital doubles and a CG Iron Man. For … more »

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Previs, Techvis, and Postvis on The Avengers

Something amazing happens when reality exceeds expectations. For comic-book fans, seeing all six Marvel superheroes on screen fighting evil in a film together was a long-anticipated and often-promised event. And, when writer/director Joss Whedon took it up a notch with … more »