August 25, 2021
Whatever vision directors hand to them, they are able to create it with the help of ActionVFX elements.
ActionVFX Assets were used a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away! We were able to catch up with Chris Clements, VFX Producer at FXitinPost, to take a peek behind the scenes of the making of Scene 38. This reimagined scene involves the final confrontation between Darth Vader and Obi-wan Kenobi in Star Wars: Episode IV A New Hope.
VFX Legion has used our products on numerous projects in the past, but on this occasion the ActionVFX library came in clutch when the audience was on the edge of their seat in the final moments of MA.
Our friends at Red Giant took some time out of their busy schedules to tell us how ActionVFX elements are utilized in their pipelines. Needless to say, they were excited to integrate ActionVFX products.
Ismahawk wants to bring the highest quality to every project, giving Hollywood visuals and entertainment, all while on an independently funded budget. How the production team spends their time, money, and resources is crucial. In order to achieve the standard Ismahawk has set for themselves, they rely on assets that mix the real live-action footage with visual effects.
ActionVFX helps Lost Boys Studios do what they do best — equipping VFX artists to be successful and propelling them into the industry.
James Hattin and Nick Guth of VFX Legion understand that digging through potential stock footage is time-consuming. With different elements pulled from various sites, a VFX shot can be more difficult than it needs to be. That's where ActionVFX Fire Collections stepped in.
"It's no longer 1985 - it's 1986, and Chuck Steel has work to do if he is to prevent the worst plague ever to hit Los Angeles - a scourge of deadly Trampires, mutant hybrids of vampires and bums" explains VFX Supervisor, Christopher Callow, of the upcoming Stop Motion film; Chuck Steel: Night of the Trampires.