July 19, 2018
Today, we'll be chatting with Sindre Johnsen of CoSA VFX about his journey to becoming a Lead Compositor. We'll also discuss how he achieved some very realistic results using ActionVFX stock footage in the brand new 'Waco' series.
Today, we’re going to be talking with Hollywood stuntman Dave Macomber about his process of pre-visualizing action (and VFX-heavy) sequences for big budget films like Avengers: Infinity War and Rampage, and how ActionVFX elements play an integral role in bringing his scenes to life.
If you’re anything like the ActionVFX team, you love a good end-of-the-world film! But how can you make a unique world believable when you’ve got a low budget and a small crew? Filmmaker Preston Yarger, a fellow apocalypse junkie, wasn’t dissuaded by these problems. Determined to make something bigger than the average film student, he started putting together his vision of ARCH, his thesis project, two years before shooting.
For those of you with a keen eye, you might've noticed that ActionVFX assets are quickly becoming the go-to choice for visual effects related stock footage. Everyday we're seeing our assets being used in bigger and better productions, but it's not only large feature films and network television shows that are taking advantage of our high quality effects.
Benuts is a Belgian company that specializes in the creation of visual effects, 3D animation and motion design, with many years of international experience in feature films, TV series, advertising, and music. The team brings together different channels of talents: animators, illustrators, video artists, matte painters, and graphic designers.
Ismahawk, as Danny Shepherd and Jeremy Le say on their YouTube channel, consists of "just a couple of geeks with a camera and a passion for action!" We had the chance to interview Danny Shepherd, co-founder of Ismahawk, who has used ActionVFX in their most recent work, Joker Vs. Joker.
VFX Legion is a large scale production and VFX studio that utilizes current technology to bring together creatives from across the globe. They recently made use of our assets on "How to Get Away with Murder" and "Legends of Tomorrow."
G M D THREE used ActionVFX elements when creating a virtual scene for the Metallica and Lady Gaga performance at the 59th Annual Grammy Awards.