CG Today - VFX News

Brickyard VFX completes four spot package for Bright House Networks

Artist owned and operated bi-coastal effects boutique Brickyard VFX recently completed a four-spot package for Bright House Networks, via agency Fry Hammond Barr and director Benji Weinstein of GO FILM. The campaign, featuring spots “Robot”, “Custodian,” “Bedtime”, and “Paper Towel,” began airing in select U.S. markets in August.

Charlex Gets Healthy With Subway

When the Boston agency, MMB wanted to create three new spots for their new Subway Fresh Fit campaign, they turned to Charlex for all the live-action, design and VFX work.

Pairing of Sapphire Edge VFX Software and Award-Winning Non-Linear Editor Makes High Quality Professional Looks Easier for Videographers to Produce

GenArts Partners With Sony to Offer Exclusive Pre-Built VFX Looks for Sony Vegas Pro

GenArts Inc., the global leader in visual effects (VFX) software for the media and advertising industries, today announces a strategic alliance with Sony Creative Software to provide an exclusive visual effects collection for their Vegas Pro content creation software to Vegas™ Pro and Sapphire Edge users. Sapphire Edge makes studio-quality looks accessible to videographers without the steep learning curve or the need to compromise quality for cost or time spent.

Fuel VFX Delivered 120 Shots in Six Sequences For The Latest Marvel Superhero Blockbuster "Captain America: The First Avenger"

Fuel's VFX Supervisor Dave Morley led a team of more than 50 artists and technicians through production, ensuring that the team's work was in line with the vision of director Joe Johnston and VFX Supervisor Christopher Townsend. "This is an effects-heavy film that's set in the 1940s and stars a mythical superhero, but Joe and Chris never wanted the effects to be over-the-top or gratuitous. All the effects do in this movie is help to tell the story, so that's the brief we worked to," said Morley.

Encore Welcomes New VFX SupervisorEncore, a Deluxe Entertainment Services Group company has announced the addition of Armen Kevorkian to its growing visual effects department. Kevorkian will be working as an in-house VFX supervisor on many of the projects that come through Encore. Kevorkian has—as a client—collaborated with the members of Encore's VFX team quite a few times over the years on a number of shows, most recently on the pilot for Unforgettable, which was picked up by CBS for the fall season and will continue to utilize Encore as its VFX vendor.