Digital Painting Workshop At Arena Ameerpet

On March 4th, 2017. Arena Animation Ameerpet conducted “Digital Painting Workshop ” By Mr.Babu, MFA having 10 Years experience in Digital Painting and Designing.

Arena Animation Ameerpet Offered different Careers oriented courses as AAIP VFX, AAIP Animation, Graphic Designing, DCD, and AAIP Broadcasting. Not only these courses. But only, Offers so many short term courses at Arena Ameerpet. We’ll be assured 100% job assistance for students. For Details call us 9959223313 or Visit us http://arenaameerpet.com

 

International Women’s Day Celebrations at Arena Ameerpet

On March 8th, 2017. Arena Ameerpet celebrates International Women’s Day with their staff members and students. ” A woman with a voice is by definition a strong woman. But the search to find that voice can be remarkably difficult. – Melinda Gates. “

Arena Ameerpet offers different careers courses like AAIP VFX, AAIP Animation, AAIP Broadcast, DCD, and GWDD. For More details contact us 9959223313 or visit us: http://arenaameerpet.com

OSCARS: ‘THE JUNGLE BOOK’ WINS ACADEMY AWARD IN VISUAL EFFECTS

junglebook_criticschoice-1280x600The award went to Rob Legato, Adam Valdez, Andy Jones and Dan Lemmon.

Disney’s The Jungle Book won the Academy Award in visual effects on Sunday, topping a field that included two additional high-profile Disney releases: Rogue One: A Star Wars Story and Doctor Strange, as well as Deepwater Horizon and Kubo and the Two Strings.
The Oscar was the third for veteran VFX supervisor Rob Legato, who also won the category for Hugo and Titanic. It was the first nomination and win for lead VFX house MPC’s VFX supervisor Adam Valdez; the second Oscar for Andrew R. Jones, who previously won an Oscar for Avatar; and it was the first win for Weta Digital’s Dan Lemmon, who had been previously nominated for Dawn of the Planet of the Apes and Rise of the Planet of the Apes.

The Jon Favreau-directed Jungle Book was widely praised for its effective use of “virtual production.” The film was lensed entirely on a bluescreen stage in Los Angeles. The only live action in the film is Mowgli (Neel Sethi) and the small piece of set on which he stood or climbed. The rest of the film — all of the animals and the photoreal jungle itself — was computer generated.

“The jungle was very difficult and the animals–we all know animals, so if anything felt artificial, the magic trick wouldn’t work,” said Valdez.
And speaking of the virtual production process, Legato said. “We feel like we’re live action camera operators again. And we’re embracing the mistakes we have grown to know in live action. We cherished them rather than fixed them.”

The Jungle Book‘s VFX winners are next reteaming with Favreau on Disney’s The Lion King, which is also using virtual production techniques.

This also was the first Oscar in VFX led by the work of Technicolor-owned VFX house MPC. Said Technicolor’s president of production services and deputy CEO, Tim Sarnoff: “I could not be more proud of Adam and the team for the work they did on The Jungle Book. This film required every ounce of talent and technology that MPC and Technicolor had to offer … and the results are up there on the screen for all to see.” 

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Immerse Yourself Inside the ‘The Art of Rogue One’

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Visual chronicle of the new worlds and characters created by the Lucasfilm art department for ‘Rogue One: A Star Wars Story’ includes hundreds of concept paintings, sketches, storyboards, matte paintings, and character, costume and vehicle designs.

Lucasfilm has unveiled a peek inside “The Art of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story,” which includes hundreds of concept paintings, sketches, storyboards, matte paintings, and character, costume and vehicle designs from the film.

The book, edited by Josh Kushins, is a visual chronicle of the Lucasfilm art department’s creation of new worlds, unforgettable characters, and newly imagined droids, vehicles, and weapons for the first movie in the Star Wars story series — Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.

Directed by Gareth Edwards, with production design by Doug Chiang and Neil Lamont, Rogue One chronicles the adventures of a Rebel cell tasked with a desperate mission: to steal the plans for the Death Star before it can be used to enforce the Emperor’s rule. The all-star cast includes Felicity Jones, Diego Luna, Forest Whitaker, Mads Mikkelsen, Alan Tudyk, Riz Ahmed, Ben Mendelsohn, Jiang Wen and Donnie Yen. And, oh yeah, it’s in theaters now.

‘The Shallows’ Visual Effects Breakdown Highlights Best CGI of the Year

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Horror fans can often be found bemoaning the use/overuse/misuse of computer generated imagery, and there’s no denying that there’s something way more special about practical effects. For many of us, it was the makeup effects work of guys like Rick Baker and Tom Savini that got us into horror in the first place, and it’s hard not to miss the latex gore and rubbery puppets.

That being said, we do have a tendency to ignore visual effects artists and write off their incredible work as the work of machines. Of computers. Of course, this couldn’t be more wrong. Though the tools are much different, the men and women behind those computers are every bit the artisans that guys like Baker and Savini were back in the heyday of practical effects, and they’re just as deserving of our respect. We may always prefer practical over CGI, but some of the CGI you’re seeing these days is so damn good that you probably didn’t even notice it was CGI.

This year’s The Shallows, for example, featured a computer-generated shark so realistic looking that I honestly had no idea it was the work of digital effects artists until I got home from my local theater and did a little research. We’ve seen some pretty awful CGI sharks over the years, but dammit if the shark in The Shallows didn’t remind me of the shark from Jaws. It’s THAT good.

Important Looking Pirates is the digital effects house responsible for bringing The Shallows shark to life, and a visual effects breakdown they recently uploaded to Vimeo shows just how much work went into making the shark look as realistic as possible. The full breakdown was not available on the film’s DVD and Blu-ray release, so we figured fans of the movie would like to see it.

‘The Jungle Book’ Wins Best VFX, ‘Zootopia’ Best Animated Feature At Critics’ Choice Awards

junglebook_criticschoice-1280x600.jpgDisney films dominated the vfx and feature animation categories at the 22nd annual Critics’ Choice Awards tonight.
The Jungle Book remake won the best visual effects honor. It is the first major win for The Jungle Book in a visual effects category this award season. The vfx work in the film were led by MPC and Weta Digital. The other nominees in the vfx category were A Monster Calls, Arrival, Doctor Strange, and Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. #ArenaAmeerpet#CriticsChoiceAward #Disneyfils #theJungleBook #Zootopia #MPC#WetaDigital #MonsterCalls #Arrivals #DoctorStrange #FantasticBeasts#AnimationCourses #AnimationCareers #VFxCareers #VFxCourses#MultimrdiaCareers #MultimediaCourses

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