With many directors and films flaunting their use of on-set effects as a more pure approach to storytelling, CG is increasingly seen as a cheap and overdone trick. Action blockbusters dominate the box office and double down on this sentiment with shallow characters and one-dimensional storylines. People within the industry have said for years, however, that good CG is a product of good movies.

The demand for Visual Effects is growing exponentially, but the amount of work that goes into a VFX shot hasn't gotten any less time consuming. This leads individuals wondering if there is another option to explore when it comes to saving time, money and still produce realistic high-quality VFX. Check out our blog post for a solution to this issue!