The new FumeFX feature film and games reel is pretty amazing. It showcases the powerful particle generation toolset they have for creating smoke, fire, sparks and more. Check it out!
Using Quixel Megascans and Redshift you can create stunning photorealistic renderings using the GPU. Check out these images and see if you can tell which one’s real and which one’s CG.
When Carbon 3D announced its groundbreaking 3D printing process, CLIP, at a Vancouver TED talk, Fusion CIS partnered with Cinco Design to create an artistic depiction of how the printer works using RealFlow and other software.
Register for the Motion Media Madness Bracket Challenge and you would win a Robox 3D Printer or other great prizes. Challenge the Motion Media team along with your peers to see who is the best at guessing who’s going to win!
The folks at Nextlimit Technologies have released the latest Maxwell Render reel with some really amazing looking work. I would highly recommend giving it a look and considering Maxwell as your renderer of choice.
Motion Media customer Barrow Neurological Institute uses Autodesk Maya to produce stereo 3D animations and illustrations for medical educational content. They chose Maya because of its speed and node-based architecture. Check out some of their work.
The Batman: Arkham Knight trailer was released today announcing the new video game. Check it out and let us know what you think…
LIfe After Pi – Came across this today online, it was released just a few days ago on YouTube, good insight into Rythm & Hues and the Life of Pi/Bankruptcy happenings. Take a look if you have some time, it’s well worth it.
Art Director and Motion designer artist Gabriel Gemenez presents a breakdown from the latest Mitsubishi commercial made by Studio Nitro
Yesterday we posted a VFX breakdown released by ILM from the upcoming film Star Trek: Into Darkness. Well today it’s Pixomondo’s turn. Check out the work they did on over 325 shots for the film.