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Andrew McMurry seems to be a wunderkind. He’s the Director/VFX Artist for Andrew M Films and has a very successful YouTube Channel with his film shorts. You may have seen Mario vs. Minecraft or LEGO Invasion and they are not only fun to watch, but technically complex. Michele Yamazaki from Toolfarm talks to Andrew about his film shorts.
IBC 2014, Amsterdam, Netherlands - September 12, 2014 - Blackmagic Design today announced DaVinci Resolve 11.1, a major new update based on customer feedback that includes dozens of features and improvements that professional editors and colorists have been asking for.
IBC 2014, Amsterdam, Netherlands - September 12, 2014 - Blackmagic Design today announced its acquisition of eyeon Software, Inc., a leading developer of high end digital compositing, visual effects and motion graphics software for the feature film, commercial, television and broadcast industries. eyeon, headquartered in Toronto, Canada, is now a wholly owned subsidiary of Blackmagic Design.
This exciting update to the world’s most flexible modeling application makes AutoDesSys form•Z 8 Pro a must have for all 3D designers. form•Z 8 introduces subdivision modeling as a new personality to diverse modeling capabilities. form•Z 8 also features new interactive rendering with real-time ambient occlusion, bump mapping, soft shadows and multi sampling. There are hundreds of other improvements throughout the software.
This started out as a Throwback Thursday post but has grown into something a lot bigger, so I’ve re-coined it as an In Depth article. Updated September 10, 2014 with a quote from Perry Kivolowitz, more morphing tools and plug-ins, pricing and demo information, more tutorials and a table of contents. Enjoy.
“Urban Isolation” is a short skateboarding film directed by filmmaker Russell Houghten set on completely empty streets and highways in Los Angeles. The short, which required some impressive special effects to clear out the customarily gridlocked streets of LA, scored the grand prize in RED Camera’s REDirect skateboard cinematography contest.