March 31, 2020
While the Unreal Engine’s versatility has taken its use far beyond the world of video game production, Unity is also advancing to make dazzling CG work possible for VFX artists everywhere.
Even those who aren’t in the VFX community have undoubtedly seen the barrage of .gifs and memes circulating the internet from deepfake technology.
With all the exciting new features in Blender 2.8, VFX artists can create mind-blowing scenes with breathtaking realism.
If you’ve ever wondered how to create a photorealistic 3D model of an actor, here are a few great techniques to get you started!
This year has seen some incredible advancements in the VFX industry. We’ve covered so many new VFX tools and plugins on our blog throughout the course of the year, so we’re here to help you keep track of the top six that we found most exciting.
Beyond the obvious Netflix, Hulu, and now Disney+, even platforms such as Youtube and Facebook have put serious dollars behind their own original series. With a boom in sci-fi and fantasy on these services especially, we’ve been treated to some of the best VFX ever seen outside of a movie theater in the last few years.
Hollywood has a long history of using tracking markers on set to help aid VFX artists with motion tracking and rotoscoping. With so many advances in tracking algorithms in software like Mocha Pro, should you even bother with tracking markers these days? The answer is: it depends.
Horror is flexible, situational, and perfect in bite-sized short film formats. Effects have always defined the genre, from prosthetics, to digital knives, to buckets of fake blood. In the digital age, there are more options than ever to take your horror short to the next level!