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The Coca Cola Polar Bears are back!

The Coca Cola Polar Bears are back!

We are all familiar with the high octane, VFX loaded, cinematic creations of Ridley Scott - Blade Runner, Gladiator, Alien and Prometheus just skim the surface when discussing this directors back catalogue.

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Fri 4 Jan 2013: 12:13pm

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Ones to Watch in 2013

Ones to Watch in 2013

It goes without saying that film fans everywhere are looking forward to the release of a vast number of motion pictures in the upcoming year. Over the course of 2012, how many times have we heard the line “I can’t wait for this film to hit cinemas next year!”?

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Thu 3 Jan 2013: 3:33pm

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Escape makes it to the South Pole (Sort of...)

Escape makes it to the South Pole (Sort of...)

One of our long standing customers and friend, Managing Director of Glassworks London, Hector McLeod, has taken on a rather 'pedestrian' themed project over the past few months, and not in the usual sense of the word.

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Thu 20 Dec 2012: 9:30am

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The 3rd Dimension

The 3rd Dimension

Many 3D fans will be aware of the power of Maya, and the influence it has on the world of VFX, from blockbuster films to major games series, Maya is one of the most incredible creative tools on the planet. But like a pack of Arctic Huskies, it demands time and attention if you wish it to take you voyaging across the vast plains of 3D.

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Mon 17 Dec 2012: 4:00pm

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Cloverfield meets Transformers - Some serious VFX action!

Cloverfield meets Transformers - Some serious VFX action!

Just when you thought Hollywood couldn’t create VFX on a larger scale than Cloverfield or Transformers, this trailer is released, for ‘Pacific Rim’, and it really takes the biscuit!

Directed by the world renowned Guillermo del Toro, this is a tale of wait for it, giant robots made by humans, fighting giant monsters that have arrived through a time portal at the bottom of the sea - Sounds crazy right? Check out this trailer and if you plan to go to see this at the cinema, be sure to prepare yourself for some bone crushingly epic VFX sequences.  


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Thu 13 Dec 2012: 3:36pm

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Old School Toys (we mean really old school!)

Old School Toys (we mean really old school!)

Forget microscopic hyper intelligent computer chips. modern technology? I laugh in the face of modern technology (for a moment anyway) - you will too after watching some of these mechanical toys from yesteryear, they are simply amazing

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Wed 12 Dec 2012: 11:44am

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Extra Tech Support from Escape Studios

Extra Tech Support from Escape Studios

Good morning internet!

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Fri 30 Nov 2012: 4:52pm

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Big News From IKinema

Big News From IKinema

Recently we’ve had a few snippets of pretty big news from our friends over at IKinema.
So here are the three little tidbits that we have for you –

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Thu 29 Nov 2012: 10:30am

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Rhythm & Hues deliver a tantalizing visual treat with 'Life of Pi'

Rhythm & Hues deliver a tantalizing visual treat with 'Life of Pi'

Despite popular disbelief, deeming the world created by author Yann Martel in his novel ‘Life of Pi’, as “unfilmable”, the guys at Rhythm & Hues Studios have put together a mind blowing piece of cinema that is sure to visually stun audiences around the globe.

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Wed 28 Nov 2012: 4:51pm

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Fintastic: PlayStation's new underwater papercraft game

Fintastic: PlayStation's new underwater papercraft game

There's been incredible diversity in the range of video games graphics presented to us over the years, but developers are still managing to find new ways to surprise us.

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Thu 22 Nov 2012: 3:30pm

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Reality Vs Nostalgia

Reality Vs Nostalgia

Here at Escape Studios we understand that more often than not, there is a huge pragmatic element to creating even the most far out scenes.

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Tue 20 Nov 2012: 10:55am

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Attack of the giant...Gromits?

Attack of the giant...Gromits?

Taking a break from his cheese-fuelled escapades, Aardman’s principal pooch Gromit is on sabbatical for a while and is scampering off to help a good cause out.

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Mon 19 Nov 2012: 11:00am

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Bjorks' Mutual Core Pushes the Limits

Bjorks' Mutual Core Pushes the Limits

Bjork never seems to miss the creative mark.  In her newest video for the song, Mutual Core, Bjork and Director Andrew Thomas-Huang present a fantastic dreamscape that is like no other.  A strangley geologic themed expression really does show the power of well thought out VFX.  Who new geology was so sexy?  

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Thu 15 Nov 2012: 9:00am

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'Beauty is Embarrassing' serves to Inspire.

'Beauty is Embarrassing' serves to Inspire.

When you're just having one of those days in front of your computer, it's always good to take a step back, and gain some perspective. Get some inspiration!

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Wed 14 Nov 2012: 9:30am

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Darth Vader Moves into the The Magic Kingdom

"I felt a great disturbance in the Force, as if millions of voices suddenly cried out in terror and were suddenly silenced."

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Tue 6 Nov 2012: 8:22pm

An impressive body of work

An impressive body of work

Japanese art student Choo San, blew quite a few minds this week when she uploaded her latest side project to internet forums.

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Tue 23 Oct 2012: 6:00pm

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The VFX Festival, a storming success!

The VFX Festival, a storming success!

With the help of some top class industry speakers, cinemas in a handful of the world’s most prolific post houses, a dedicated team of Escape staff and some fantastically helpful VFX Marshalls, it is no surprise the UK’s first ever VFX Festival, was a storming success.

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Tue 23 Oct 2012: 10:49am

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Evil Dead Exclusive @ NYCC 2012

Evil Dead Exclusive @ NYCC 2012

For those of you who didn’t know, New York Comic Con happened last week, and as promised, the largest celebration of pop culture on the east coast of America, brought awesome exclusives by the bucket load.

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Wed 17 Oct 2012: 6:00pm

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NYCC 2012

NYCC 2012

We are less than a month away from New York Comic Con, “the East Coast's biggest and most exciting popular culture convention”, an event that attracts fans of film/TV/graphic novel (and the rest!) in their hoards, last year’s convention drawing 105,000 punters! 

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Wed 26 Sep 2012: 9:00am

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