Being a sports fan, I have been consistently impressed with improvements in viewer experience over the last few years. Technology has improved the situation of the armchair fan tenfold, making the long trip to their ground of choice at the weekend, increasingly less appealing.
Escapee Alessio Bertotti answers some questions on VFX and tells us about his time at Pixomondo Hamburg.
It’s on set pictures like these that remind us how important CG is in the world of blockbuster action movies.
We were contacted a few weeks back by long-time friend of Escape Studios, Haz Dulull, who has recently been signed up as a Director for feature film representation by I AM Entertainment, (nice one Haz!) and delighted us even more by announcing the release of his latest project which went online last month.
Escape VFX student receives recognition at BSC Event.
As a 3D lover I am also a regular frequenter of Polycount. Some of you out there will no doubt already be familiar with this site, but for those that aren’t – it’s a community of pros and hobbyists that specialise in creating 3D for videogames, and it is always brimming with infatuating content.
Everyone loves a bit of trivia, and for fans of US TV series, here’s a fun trivia site if you want to go above and beyond when it comes to televised entertainment, and learn more about the creators of your favourite shows.
As every grown up kid knows, good children's books are a pleasure, and appeal as much to the adults reading it as they do to the kids.
I’ve always said that when I grow up I want to live in a tree house. I’m really drawn to the idea of being raised high up off the ground in a home built among the trees, preferably with a natural spring or waterfall running nearby. Well, the Sky Tower in Tom Cruise’s latest movie, Oblivion has certainly given that idea a run for its money.
What’s up guys, Ash here, welcome to the first episode of Escape Studios Tips' and Tricks video series!