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June 16, 2020, 1:35 pm
“Every inch of this world is designed,” says Emmy-winning visual effects supervisor Jay Worth for HBO’s “Westworld.” Season 3 of the sci-fi series pushed the story out of the titular theme park and into the real world of the future, which presented a whole new set of challenges. Watch the exclusive video interview above.
June 15, 2020, 1:05 pm
When Batman Forever was released a quarter-century ago, it seemed to feature effects work from just about every shop then around (see the list here). A wide variety of VFX is seen in the film, from matte paintings, to digital characters, to extensive models and miniatures.
June 11, 2020, 4:54 pm
Much of the focus on the making of The Mandalorian has been on the groundbreaking virtual set technology referred to as The Volume, or StageCraft, as it’s also been referred to by industry professionals. However, there’s still a lot of traditional visual effects work that went into bringing the first season of the live-action Star Wars series to life. A new The Mandalorian VFX reel was recently posted online by one of the visual effects studios who worked on the series and it shows which shots had fully digital characters, creatures, droids, environments and more.
June 9, 2020, 1:14 pm
Screen International’s Americas editor Jeremy Kay ran an online session with Framestore’s Fiona Walkinshaw, Weta Digital’s David Conley and Industrial Light & Magic’s Rob Bredow to chat about what their companies have been doing in terms of working remotely, and what the situation looks like moving forward.
June 8, 2020, 1:25 pm
Now that Westworld season 3 has aired, the team behind the show’s impressive visual effects has revealed exactly how they made the series’ robots come to life. In a short Vimeo clip, DNEG illustrates how a combination of VFZ wizardry helped to create Westworld’s bleak dystopian landscape, along with the processes used for modeling robots and filming the show’s iconic car chases. Take a look below, but be warned, there are a fair few spoilers.
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