January is fast approaching, and with that brings new year resolutions and ambitions. Looking to the future, you may be keen to find out what you want to do following the end of your studies. Or perhaps you’re keen to change careers or simply enhance the computer graphics skills you already have. With this in mind, it seems there’s no better time to visit our facilities and discover how doing a course at Escape Studios will help you get to where you want to be.
As Europe’s leading VFX academy, our tutors do their best to spread their knowledge to all corners of the continent, and it is our pleasure to announce that on the 12th and 13th of December, our very own Dan Shutt will be journeying to Turin, to deliver a pair of tantalising talks to our VFX loving, Italian counterparts!
Attention Creative Cloud members!
Earlier this month the Evening Standard compiled a list celebrating some of the top most influential creative figures in London. Inspired by the opening ceremony for this year’s London Olympics, which brought together an incredible pool of talent for a spectacular event, the Evening Standard took this opportunity to acknowledge the “fantastic cauldron of creativity” that exists in England's capital.
While everyone is busy hating on Disney for adopting and extending the Star Wars saga, let’s take a moment to remember that Disney do indeed make some seriously visually impressive motion pictures. Their latest endeavour ‘Wreck it Ralph’, is no exception. CTO Andy Hendrickson spoke to Animation World Network about the film…
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?
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!
I will happily admit that my taste in what I watch on television has always been teetering on the edge of strange.