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Free Camera Projection in Nuke Tutorial

We’ve just made another free tutorial available to you all: Camera Projection in Nuke is a great opportunity for those of you who want a better understanding of Nuke's 3D environment.

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Mon 25 Jan 2010: 1:14pm

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Escape this Spring

For those of you considering working in this thriving, dynamic industry, we’re offering a taster into the world of computer graphics with a range of three-day short courses. They’re a great opportunity to get a better understanding of the career opportunities out there while gaining valuable insight into the industry.

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Thu 21 Jan 2010: 12:06pm

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Latest work from the Skillset VFX Course

The Skillset Visual Effects Course is now underway and the work which the guys have produced after just six weeks is incredible!

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Tue 15 Dec 2009: 7:39pm

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VFX in the making of 2012

VFX in the making of 2012

Check out this interview with Marc Weigert, the 2012 Co-producer and VFX Supervisor behind the blockbuster 2012.  His team of  over a 100 artists worked on this feature and formed the central VFX hub for the movie. To their credit they completed an astonishing number of shots within a very short timeframe using a traditional pipeline,  including eyeon's Fusion and Generation. Here he chats to eyeon's CEO Steve Roberts about the Visual Effects in the film.

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Thu 10 Dec 2009: 4:15pm

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VFX in the 70s

I came across this the other day, and I’m not sure I’ve ever been more excited. Star Wars (the original three, we won’t talk about the new lot) has been a huge inspiration for so many people in the industry over the years, and to see how the graphics were done is fantastic.

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Mon 23 Nov 2009: 12:45pm

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Western Spaghetti

All the talk of stop motion animation last week got me thinking, so I went in search of some great examples of this type of work. This Western Spaghetti viral is awesome. 

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Mon 2 Nov 2009: 2:19pm

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Old-school animation: Fantastic Mr Fox

Towelling for grass, cotton balls for smoke and cling film for water – Wes Anderson has reverted to traditional forms of animation in his new film Fantastic Mr Fox.

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Mon 19 Oct 2009: 4:21pm

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We’ve reached the halfway point

We’re halfway through the competition and we’ve already had 49 entries – a great response, but we’re still keen to see what everyone else is working on.

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Wed 14 Oct 2009: 3:19pm

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Keep those entries coming…

Keep those entries coming…

Our CG Whiz competition has got off to a fantastic start - we’ve already had an impressive 27 entries but there’s still time to submit your best work.

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Wed 7 Oct 2009: 11:59am

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Are YOU a CG Whiz?

Enter our YouTube Competition and Win a Course at Escape and a Placement at The Mill

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Thu 1 Oct 2009: 8:35am

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Skillset funding back for second year

We have a dozen places available on our new Skillset VFX course. Funded by Skillset UK’s Film Fund, the places are free for wannabe graphic designers who apply before 21st August.

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Wed 12 Aug 2009: 8:14am

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