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Edit Review — Autodesk 3ds Max 8 

By Frank McMahon

Autodesk (formerly Discreet) brings out a much-welcomed new version of its flagship animation system for desktops, 3ds Max 8. While the news of Autodesk...

Edit Review — Macromedia Studio 8 

By Frank McMahon

The merger with Adobe has not diminished the push for advanced software from Macromedia. The division has created one of its biggest updates yet in Studio 8, with a range of new features. The suite contains Flash Professional 8, Dreamweaver 8, and Fireworks 8, as well as Contribute 3 and FlashPaper 2. Macromedia Freehand is not around this time, but the company is reportedly still going to keep it on a development cycle. Much of the cool stuff is in the new Flash...

Indie Animation 

By Michael Goldman

The independently produced CG film movement takes another step forward with this month's release from the Weinstein Company, Hoodwinked. Producers insist...

Step by Step: Jarhead 

By Ellen Wolff

Sam Mendes, the Academy Award-winning director of American Beauty, is hardly associated with visual effects, but he needed them to create Jarhead for...

Broadcast Science 

By Michael Goldman

As its name implies, Fight Science, an upcoming National Geographic documentary special slated for national broadcast in the spring of 2006, will showcase the science of martial arts. The “science” aspect involves documenting a complicated analytical process that scientists formulate as they examine the force, accuracy, speed, and range of movement produced by many of the world's leading martial artists...

NaturalMotion Endorphin 2.0 

By Jordi Bares
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While computer graphics is still a very young field, it has moved rapidly into successful arenas in both film and commercials. Our job has sometimes expanded...

RenderMan for Maya 

By John Monos

In the late 80s, the RenderMan standard was born, describing a series of rules and specifications for creating a 3D scene. Through the RenderMan Interface...

Paradise Animated 

By S. D. Katz

Way back in 1991, Francis Ford Coppola famously predicted that video would democratize filmmaking. In the future, he claimed, a masterpiece was as likely to come from, “some little fat girl in Ohio” as it was from a Hollywood studio...

Tight Ship 

By Michael Goldman

Joss Whedon Chuckles at the question, "How did the filmmakers behind Universal's Serenity produce a high-end, science-fiction epic for the big screen without access to Star Wars-type money?" "We did have Star Wars money — the money they had in the 1970's for the original Star Wars, that is," he laughs. "Actually, it's true — this is a low-budget film relatively speaking, but we had the advantage of using fresh...

Step by Step: Doom 

By Ellen Wolff

Doom isn't the first blockbuster videogame to get a live-action film treatment, but it gets extra points for attempting something that's extremely difficult to achieve with a motion picture camera — a lengthy sequence that simulates the unbroken...

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