Designing from Scratch: How to Shape a Film’s Visual Identity Through VFX
Premium session VFX
Date : Wednesday, June 5th - 15.00 - 16.00 > Room 1
Visual effects are an artistic tool for filmmakers, used to create imagery ranging from eye-candy spectacles to work that’s invisible to audiences. VFX artists can also help shape the visual identity of a project, developing or refining concepts with production, and translating loose script descriptions into fully realized designs. With many important storytelling assets executed digitally in modern filmmaking, VFX artists are often creating visuals from scratch through a process more akin to production design than traditional VFX. Method Studios VFX Supervisor Ruslan Borysov will provide insight on the evolution of this process and share his approach for creating a visual world for feature films like “Predator”, including inspiration sources, collaboration strategy and how to successfully marry technology and design.