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We interview Dan, a filmmaker from London, and learn his endearing story about pursuing passion for storytelling and filmmaking in 3D. He's not your stereotypical animator and his short isn't a typical film we all have seen before.
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In this case study, we sit down with VFX and film production studio, Paperbone. We were captivated by the amazing renders they did with us and absolutely had to know more about them. Their massive scenes that consist of 1000's of frames with complex shaders and geometry would never get rendered on time if it wasn't for the power of cloud rendering.
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Critically acclaimed for its innovative digital artistry, Wicked Pixels has been featured in numerous award festivals and showcased by leading industry publications. The studio proudly talks of its innovative and creative approach to creating digital work for clients across various industries such as animation, advertising, digital agencies, film production and television.
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VFX artist, supervisor and founder Robert Grbevski, has had a long and successful career in the VFX industry. Robert started out working on music videos as an animator back in the early 2000s with reputable director Michael Gracey. Later on in his career he moved into TVC’s, children’s television shows and later feature films. Learn more about Robert, running a studio in the cloud, and cloud rendering.
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Danny Rollings has recently completed his bachelor degree in Computer Animation Arts at the University for the Creative Arts (UCA) in Rochester. We talk with Danny about his early motivations and inspiration that led him to CG, his interests, Scooby Doo, and his experience with Maya rendering and using a Maya cloud render farm.
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We sit down with Simon Barrionuevo, CEO and animation director, to talk about his career and Wild Bunch Studio’s work. We learn about Simon’s motivation behind starting his own studio, combining 2D and 3D, kicking ass in Taekwondo, and his experience with using our render farm.
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Georgios is a very interesting artist and filmmaker from Greece. His journey into the world of CG started in 2002 when he graduated from Aristotle University of Thessaloniki where he studied Civil Engineering. However, even though the sciences and the technical nature of his education were fun, this wasn’t necessarily his cup of tea.