I am very happy to let you know that iamag.co published there list for the best VFX shorts of 2016! And “DUEL”, an animation short I worked on via the Artella.com platform, made it in the top 10! Really happy to have been part of this team working on such a nice project.
This Christmas I got the “Warcraft – Behind the Dark Portal” movie Art-Book. This was already pretty cool by it self, but what made it even better was the fact that I realized that 2 shots that I worked on at ILM Singapur actually made it into the book. Pretty cool to see them in a printed form!
Made my day!
If you liked the movie I can only recommend the book. There is some nice artwork in there.
The original post is already a bit older but I just came across it on Igmur.
This is a great collection of great movie-poster art without text to show the hole glory of these art pieces.
Check them out! There are some really great ones in here. I hope you will enjoy.
So I spend some time gathering a list of books in the Books Corner section that I think are really useful if you want to go into Animation or VFX. This section will be growing since it is not complete and probably will never be. If you have any suggestions let me know, I would really appreciate it.
I think having a good book can open so many doors to a lot of new opportunities. For sure this should not be the only source of knowledge for you, but I think it is a good start.
I finally watched the movie over the week end, and I can just say.. It is pretty EPIC =)
Definitely worth watching. Nice story, nice characters, beautiful look… well done over all!
Have a peek if you want to see some Stop-Motion magic:
The Scarecrow – From concept to reality. Pretty amazing video showing Jim Mckenzie’s sculpting process.