There is a Matte Painting Challenge running on the website Mattepaint.com and Diogo Sampaio just proposed this image for his submission. I proposed him to give him a review so here it is. We will […]
There are only few decades between the Art of these two artists but you can see how Millet and Van Gogh are using the Colours to tell different stories. Van Gogh copied a lot the […]
Thanks to everyone who joined the Twitch stream! It was a lot of fun to do. Thanks for your questions and for your great work!
If you haven’t had a chance to listen to the podcast yet, here it is! In this episode, we’ve met with Stephan Fleet, Visual Effects Supervisor and take us through a long and fascinating journey, […]
Shacknews just put online a interview made at View Conference with Rob Bredow, a VFX sup who worked for ILM on SOLO – A Star Wars story. During this interview, he explains how they used […]
We spoke a long time ago about the cyclorama which has been used on the set of Oblivion to create the background (article here), with different type of skies, clouds, etc… and also create the […]
Unreal Engine recently published an article explaining how Studios were more and more inclined to use Virtual Production at the beginning of a project, during the shoot, for the previz or postviz, to shape and […]
Houdini 17 just revealed a new Terrain tool, with an improved Erosion system, much more powerful than the one we had on Houdini 16.5. When we had to use software like WorldMachine to get a […]
This video has been presented by the studio RaynaultVFX at Siggraph 2018. I worked with Matthieu, years ago, and I’m really happy to see how he jumped into Clarisse, which is really adapted to a […]
On one hand, you have Stanley Kubrick, one of my favorite director. I remember having watched Shining again and again when I was younger because I thought this movie was just perfect !
On the other hand, you have Peter Ellenshaw, one of the greatest matte painter of the History of the Art. He’s done so many incredible painting that we could take hours to talk about him…
On the movie Spartacus, Ellenshaw realized an amazing painting of Rome, and I wanted to share some photos of it with you.
Look how detailed the painting is ! It’s definitely a wonderful peace of Art !