The Mill Blackbird has created the Blackbird, a fully adjustable car rig that creates realistic CG cars without the need of a physical car. The Mill Blackbird can change to virtually any car, simulating its length, width, wheels, and driving dynamics. Setting up the perfect shot for movies or commercials. Watch the video below.
New York studio Method Design created an incredible short video clip that features dancing computer animated models made of a variety of all shapes, sizes and textures cheerfully dancing on the tones of Major Lazer – Light It Up (feat. Nyla & Fuse ODG)[Remix].
FilmIsNow Movie Bloopers & Extras released a behind the scenes video from the making of Captain America: Civil War. The video showcases the stunts, effects, and deleted/alternate scenes.
Tokyo-based computer graphics artists, the Ishikawas, has created an incredible realistic computer-generated Japanese school girl, called Saya. The husband and wife, Teruyuki and Yuki Ishikawa posted the computer generated image online, and have since seen them reposted thousands of times as people trying to figure out if Saya is real or not. The couple are planning… Continue reading Amazing Realistic Computer-Generated Japanese Girl
Digital artist Rousselos Aravantinos recently did an age-reduction test using the digital compositing software that made a woman look 30 years younger. The 30-second video below shows the results of his experiment.
Legacy Effects recently posted a video that features the process of designing and creating the animatronic Apatosaurus for Jurassic World. Go behind the scenes with the Legacy team as they use both new and traditional methods to probably create the most believable dinosaur sequence in the entire movie.
Academy Award-winning motion picture visual effects company Industrial Light & Magic (ILM) has released a video of their visual effects work for Marvel’s blockbuster hit, ‘Captain America: The Winter Soldier’ directed by brothers Anthony and Joe Russo.
A behind the scenes video of QuickSilver time-bending sequence from X-Men: Days of Future Past, in which he displays his hyper-speed abilities in the Pentagon kitchen. The team from Rising Sun Pictures shows some the incredible work that went into making this memorable super slow-motion scene, with the help of spectacular computer-generated objects and extensive… Continue reading QuickSilver Slow-Motion Scene From The X-Men Movie