For VFX Voice, I covered the invisible vfx of Bird Box. Some stunning work!
For VFX Voice, I asked Mary Poppins Returns vfx supervisor Matt Johnson about practical fx, combining 2D animated characters with live-action, and other work in the film.
For VFX Voice, a chat with the team behind the visual effects of Outlaw King.
A look at Framestore’s work for The Crimes of Grindelwald, at VFX Voice.
Every single frame of Isle of Dogs was touched by VFX, making for a great combination between hand-animated stop-motion, sets, and digital artistry. Read more in my VFX Voice story.
…and it has some features I wrote on virtual production, previs and Superman’s 40th anniversary. Digital edition right here.
For VFX Voice, I talked to some of the legends at Pixar about the history of RenderMan, celebrating its 30th anniversary this year. Includes some old-school pics.
A new story at VFX Voice goes in-depth on First Man, including the significant visual effects by DNEG, as well as the practical side of the shots.
For VFX Voice, members of ILM’s art department ran down how it all works there. They create stunning stuff!
Here’s how Gradient Effects helped make the short film Megan, in a new piece at VFX Voice.
In the Fall 2018 issue of VFX Voice, I wrote about VFX problem solving, sharks, Oz and NZ VFX, What Dreams May Come, stuntvis and Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom. A really great issue!
My chat with Imageworks vfx supe Sue Rowe on The Meg, at VFX Voice.
For VFX Voice, I asked Stargate Studios VFX supe Sam Nicholson about the crazy work involved in making The Happytime Murders possible.
My newest piece for VFX Voice on Mission: Impossible – Fallout. I also love the headline.
I talked to Imageworks vfx supe Mike Ford about the Kraken in Hotel Transylvania 3, and broke down the technical challenges, for VFX Voice.
For VFX Voice, I talked to head of ILM Rob Bredow after his SIGGRAPH 2018 keynote for more on the power of creativity, working on Solo, and his new book!
Here’s how DNEG contributed to the mayhem, via my story at VFX Voice.
For VFX Voice, I talked to Framestore’s Russell Dodgson about their work on the Black Mirror USS Callister episode. That whole series 4 of the show has such impressive VFX work.
The latest VFX Voice magazine with Incredibles 2 on the cover is an issue I loved writing for – it includes a chat with Pixar producers for that film, plus VFX supes on ‘what’s in their kit’, coverage of Black Panther, Infinity War and Stranger Things 2.
For VFX Voice, I asked Solo vfx supervisor Rob Bredow about some of the rear projection work for the cockpit scenes.