In this special #VFXVoice series, visual effects and post-production studios share how they’ve adjusted to remote production during the coronavirus crisis. First up are FotoKem in Burbank, SPINVFX in Toronto and Atlanta, and Jellyfish Pictures in the U.K. Read on...
PAID POST: Interested in learning more about how to use DaVinci Resolve for VFX? Check out this video from Blackmagic Design about DaVinci Resolve Studio’s Fusion page, including how to composite images, track objects, blend and merge layers, pull keys, work with 2D text, and use the paint tools.
PAID POST: Is your company prepared to work remotely? Read the guide from Signiant “7 Must-Haves for Remote Work in M&E: Key considerations for accessing large media assets.”
Unlike other industries, in M&E it’s not that simple to just “take your work home with you.” Learn about the key considerations you should keep in mind while implementing a strategy that supports the unique conditions of a distributed media workforce.
Getting to a final shot or sequence in visual effects takes a lot of steps; one not often discussed is the concept of ‘breaking down the plate' - when a VFX studio receives a locked or edited sequence, or plates, from production, to start work on. We got the inside scoop on how that worked on Marvel’s Avengers: Endgame from Weta Digital Animation Supervisor Sidney Kombo-Kintombo - in our latest #VFXVoice Web exclusive.
**And if you want to hear more from Sidney, watch our fantastic interview, part of our Ask Me Anything: VFX Pros Tell All webcast series -- https://vimeo.com/406034001
A high-tech genius fakes his death and wears a suit that makes him appear to be invisible as he terrorizes his former lover in The Invisible Man. We went inside the VFX of this modern-day parable in our latest #VFXVoice Web exclusive!