Articles tagged in "animation"

Shuzo Shiota — President/CEO, Polygon Pictures

Shuzo Shiota’s Polygon Pictures has produced TV shows including “Star Wars” and “Transformers.” He explains how Japan’s art has found a big audience in the west.

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How Science Fiction Film School is nurturing a new generation of VFX artists

Graduates of South Korea’s Science Fiction Film School now work in Hollywood and beyond. Find out how they’re taught technical and creative skills.

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Making Katy Perry “Smile” with V-Ray for 3ds Max

CG artist Pedro Conti had just 6 weeks to deliver high-quality content for musical megastar’s latest promo. Here’s how V-Ray for 3ds Max helped him hit deadlines.

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Creating a spectacular anime homage with V-Ray

It's "Showtime!" Maciej Kuciara's short film is a beloved and meticulous tribute to anime classics. Discover how V-Ray for 3ds Max helped him create it.

Jose Gomez — Executive Creative Director, ATK PLN

From skateboards to storyboards: Jose Gomez has founded fashion companies and created stunning motion graphics and commercials. He tells Chris his amazing story.

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How V-Ray for Nuke elevated a stylized animation pipeline

Frank Rueter reveals how adding V-Ray for Nuke to OHU Domes’ pipeline helped the small team produce a new level of quality across three short planetarium films.

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V-Ray for Houdini, update 1 — available now

New features added to V-Ray for Houdini including custom AOV material input, IPR debug shading, an easier interface and much more.

Jim Lammers — President, Trinity3D and Trinity Animation

When industry legend Jim Lammers isn't creating 3D content, including "Archer" sets, he's purveying the latest VFX software. He tells Chris and Lon his story.

3D astronaut on the moon created in Cinema 4D for BBC Studios 50-year Moon Landing promotion animation and rendered with V-Ray© BBC Studios
How V-Ray helped BBC Studios render the moon landing

Senior Motion Designer & Art Director, Carlos Gálvez, details the V-Ray for Cinema 4D tricks that helped him render a celebratory moon landing for the BBC.

Alberto Mielgo — Director, LD+R’s “The Witness”

Examining “The Witness:” Director Alberto Mielgo on making one of “Love, Death & Robots’” most memorable episodes — and his dreams of animated Oscar success.

Esdras Varagnolo — SVP of Creative Production, SkyDance

Esdras Varagnolo powered up Pixar’s pipeline — and now he’s bringing his expertise to Skydance. He tells Chris about his incredible, boundary-pushing career.

Underwater 3D sea lion created for O2 couples campaign by alien studio rendered using 3ds Max and V-RayALIEN studio © O2 Slovakia
How ALIEN studio rendered over 1,200 frames on a tight schedule

ALIEN studio loves a 3D production challenge. 1,200 frames for an O2 Slovakia ad campaign was a chance to put V-Ray & RANCH computing’s render farm to the test.

Tim Miller — Director, “Terminator: Dark Fate”

“Terminator: Dark Fate,” “Love, Death & Robots” and “Deadpool” director, Tim Miller, returns to CG Garage to offer a human perspective on the Hollywood machine.

Pedro Conti — Director, Flooul Animation

From Sao Paolo to Los Angeles: How music and animation have helped CG Artist and Director Pedro Conti get through tough times and be true to his heart.

Andrew Gordon — Head of Animation, DNEG

Andrew Gordon, the man behind some of Pixar’s most iconic characters, discusses his 20-plus years of experience working alongside legends and his move to DNEG.

Still from music video with Ron Artis II as 3D character in animated film of stylized city streets rendered with V-Ray© Flooul Animation + Design + Development
Rendering a 3-minute animated music video for Ron Artis II

How Pedro Conti and Fernando Peque rendered what’s in their hearts for Ron Artis II. Go behind the scenes and learn about their first experience with Phoenix FD.

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Playing with power: Rendering 10-million polys in Chaos Cloud

“A Poni’s Challenge” is a 5-minute animation fuelled by a 4-year-old’s imagination and rendered with the power of V-Ray and Chaos Cloud. Learn how it was made.

Peter Ramsey — Director, “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse”

Discover how Francis Ford Coppola, Tank Girl and Santa Claus helped this former storyboard artist enter the Spider-Verse and reinvent a familiar character.

John Chalfant — Creative Director, Sky Carousel

From “Diablo” cinematics to diamond-studded domes for David Lynch, John Chalfant has done it all. Hear his incredible origin story and his secrets for success.

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How to render an underwater shot with V-Ray Next for 3ds Max

Learn how to render a convincing swimming pool — with fog and caustics — for your next arch-viz animation with these tips and video guide by Mario Cameras.

How to render your dragon (with Chaos Cloud!)

In “Dragon Recipes,” a young witch conjures something unexpected. Director Maria Pavlou shares how V-Ray for Maya and Chaos Cloud helped make this cute short.

Thriving on Chaos: V-Ray, Corona and Lavina at SIGGRAPH 2019

Get all the latest V-Ray news, Corona updates and highlights from Chaos’ new real-time ray tracer, Lavina — plus the full scoop from Total Chaos @ SIGGRAPH 2019.

V-Ray for Houdini released

Discover how V-Ray’s powerful rendering for procedural workflows helped Ingenuity Studios rack up billions of views for Taylor Swift and Billie Eilish videos.

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The render tricks behind Netflix’s NSFW Love, Death & Robots

Blur Studio explored multiple animation styles with the help of V-Ray for the Netflix anthology, Love, Death & Robots. Go behind the scenes!