Good news for NUKE users: The beta of NUKE 6.3 is now available. If you want to be one of the first to check out the new features in this version, then just contact us and we will arrange for you to be part of the beta program.
Just wanted to make you all aware that we have two new case studies available. They describe how mocha Pro was used in both Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows and Black Swan. The details are interesting and worth the read.
It’s time to upgrade your Fusion license to the latest and greatest version—Fusion 6.2!
V-Ray 2.0 for Maya is now shipping. And, just so you know, it now comes with interactive rendering on GPU and CPU.
Most of you will already know that Rango has done well at the box office. It is interesting to look at the details in the film and guess how the creative process might have happened.
That’s a lot in a title isn’t it? Pixologic just announced its latest release—GoZ Update 1 for ZBrush 4— and there are some really neat new features which are worth a mention.
The latest version of PFTrack has just been released, and it looks like The Pixel Farm dev team have been quite busy, packing in a lot of new features, Python scripting and even a new architecture in this latest release. The full list of features have yet to be released but here are just some of the things you can expect in PFTrack 2011...
This month, I am tackling some pretty technical issues that affect CG artists on a daily basis. I am going to walk you though the often over-looked issue of Gimbal, using a whole bunch of examples to explain what it is, what causes it and the issues it can have over our animations.
I'm sure many of you will have seen the film medley that represents 25 years of Pixar Animation. Well, it's amazing to be reminded of all their fantastic work - not just the images and characters, but the stories also. They pretty much have it all. I would personally like to thank Pixar for The Incredibles, which for me is unsurpassed. Simply brilliant.