3D Animation

Autodesk Launches 3ds Max 2016 Extension 2

Tue, 12/01/2015 - 12:52 -- Nick Dager

Autodesk has launched Autodesk 3ds Max 2016 Extension 2 for 3D modeling, animation and rendering. Building on 3ds Max 2016 and Extension 1 releases unveiled earlier this year, Extension 2 expands the software’s capabilities with new tools and workflow improvements that simplify and accelerate the creation of 3D assets for design visualization and content creation professionals.

Finding Inspiration in Yesterday for Tomorrowland

Tue, 07/21/2015 - 15:23 -- Nick Dager

yU+co’s main-on-end title sequence for the Walt Disney Pictures movie Tomorrowland presents a series of mesmerizing portraits of the future as imagined by visionaries of the past. The 3D animated sequence, which delivers the movie’s end credits, takes audiences on a breathtaking tour through a vast metropolis whose various iterations show the “world of tomorrow” as envisioned by successive generations of “dreamers.”

Oscar-Nominated Short Film A Single Life Relied on Cinema 4D

Wed, 02/11/2015 - 11:41 -- Nick Dager

The Dutch film A Single Life is an Academy Award nominee in the Animated Short Film category. Created by Job, Joris & Marieke, a Netherlands-based creative studio, A Single Life relied extensively on Maxon’s Cinema 4D as its central application to handle the complexities of 3D content creation including modeling, rigging, character animation, lighting, rendering and more.

The Foundry to Launch Live Sessions June 19

Thu, 06/05/2014 - 15:30 -- Nick Dager

The Foundry is launching the first Foundry Sessions with a live transmission from its London headquarters on Thursday June 19 at 7pm British Summer Time. People who can’t participate in the live event will be able to access a recording on The Foundry’s website afterwards. The Session will be a one hour digital broadcast including live Q&A via #TFsessions enabling participants anywhere to interact with guest speakers and specialists from @TheFoundryTeam.

Night of the Living Dead Gets a 3D Animation Reboot

Mon, 05/12/2014 - 11:01 -- Nick Dager

With a seemingly unquenchable appetite for zombie movies, movie-goers will get their fill in 2014 with Night of the Living Dead: Origins 3D, a 3D animated reboot of the original 1968 horror classic. The film features visual effects from The Graphics Film Company, which relied on the iPi Soft iPi Motion Capture markerless motion capture software solution. The software’s ability to easily create massive amounts of zombie action and seamlessly integrate it with the studio’s complex workflow, provided the filmmakers limitless creative freedom

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