VFXWorld Talks Visual Effects with Adamson & Wright
Posted May 29, 2008 8:46 am by wisewoman
According to a recent interview with VFXWorld’s Joe Strike, Andrew Adamson didn’t start off with film as a career path. Strike writes, “Adamson stumbled into computer animation after missing a university enrollment deadline. He was soon recruited by PDI and came to the U.S. to work on his first feature.” In the article, Adamson talks about his 11-year stint working on overlapping projects and how his background in animation was a helpful asset as he began directing. You can read the full article here.
In another interview, VFZWorld’s Alain Bielek talked to Dean Wright and Wendy Rogers about the challenges the visual effects team faced while working on Prince Caspian. Wright discusses how the visual effects were more epic in Prince Caspian as compared to the first movie. Prince Caspian‘s vfx shot count was 1,600 shots, with nine vendors working on the project. The article includes a helpful breakdown of which vendors worked on which shots. You can read the full article here.
Thanks to icarus for the heads-up!