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Source Code with Modus FX's Mostafa Badran

Source Code with Modus FX's Mostafa Badran

CG Supervisor Mostafa Badran from Montreal's Modus FX sits down with AREA to cover some of the shots that their studio worked on, for the action thriller film "Source Code". Shots include making a full 3D CG train…

Posted: May 03, 2011
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Daniil Alikov: From Siberia to the World

Daniil Alikov: From Siberia to the World

Born in Siberia, Russia in 1980, Daniil is a dedicated self-learner and a critical artist. Twice failing to enroll into an art college, Daniil took matters into his own hands and went after art anyway. Now he picks up…

Posted: Mar 03, 2011
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Christophe Desse: XTRM3D

Christophe Desse: XTRM3D

After spending sometime as an FX Artist and modeler for advertising, television, film and games in France, Germany, and Singapore, Christophe Desse is currently working at Naughty Dog in beautiful sunny Santa Monica as…

Posted: Feb 06, 2011
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Thiago Costa: Lagoa Technologies

Thiago Costa: Lagoa Technologies

A native of Brazil, Thiago Costa created Lagoa Technologies to generalize physics formulas into one unified formulation. Thiago's physics framework Lagoa Multiphysics became widely popular with over one million views in…

Posted: Dec 07, 2010
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Interview with Pascal Raimbault

Interview with Pascal Raimbault

Today on the AREA, we have Lead Modeler, Pascal Raimbault from Weta Digital. Born in France and now residing in New Zealand, he has worked on such films as “I, Robot”, “King Kong”, “The Day the Earth Stood…

Posted: Dec 07, 2010
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Studio Aiko: from Tel Aviv

Studio Aiko: from Tel Aviv

Co-founders Meny Hilsenrad and Yair Alony started Studio Aiko with two personal computers and a rented, small and humble office. With talent, hardwork and determination, their shining story of success is reflected in…

Posted: Dec 01, 2010
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