The studio will be led by the core team behind Ubisoft’s “Rainbow Six Siege.”
The six-minute video, which was produced at Malaysia’s Animasia Studio, has racked up 12 million views and counting.
An exclusive look at Ubisoft’s new animation program.
Series will launch in 2020.
Real-time tools are giving animation and vfx creators more flexibility in generating cg worlds and characters.
Already a hub for vfx, animation and games, Vancouver now has a new mo-cap studio.
There’s a lot to learn if you’re making the move to game animation, but some specialized community outlets have sprung up to help.
Phil Tippett is using augmented reality to bring his classic creatures to life in the new game Hologrid: Monster Battle.
The company is taking a $147 million charge to close down its gaming division.
The game is based on an original idea by “Steven Universe” supervising producer Ian Jones-Quartey.
“Cuphead” doesn’t just look retro-inspired, it’s a damn near perfect recreation of classic American cartoons.
Scheduled for arrival in late 2016, Zeptolab’s CG-feature film explores Om Nom’s origin story.
What power-ups will Steven Universe bust-out of his trusty cheeseburger backpack?
“Pixel Pioneers: A Brief History of Graphics” is a 5-part documentary by Stuart Brown about the evolution of graphics in videogames.
This is the gameplay trailer for Armikrog, the stop motion animated game by Doug TenNapel and Pencil Test Studios.
David OReilly, a blazing star of the contemporary animation scene, released his first game titled Mountain on July 1st.
Studio MDHR has delayed their Fleischer-esque videogame Cuphead until 2015, but they just released a new trailer for the gaming show E3 with new footage that is even more impressive (and more Fleischer-y) than the earlier preview.
Van Partible, the creator of Cartoon Network’s Nineties series “Johnny Bravo,” is making the rounds with a new third-person video game concept called Dancers of War. In the game, Marine Sgt. Jack Dancer is out to save the world from a maniacal pop star by strapping on an exoskeleton/leotard called “The Exo-Tard 3000.”
It’s been a busy stretch for the Thirties Fleischer cartoon star Betty Boop. First, she got her own paper towel in Turkey, and now, Winnipeg, Canada-based Fowl Moon Studios has licensed the character for a new iOS game called Betty Boop Dance Card.
“Adventure Time” creator Pen Ward will develop a videogame as part of Double Fine’s annual Amnesia Fortnight game jam, and project backers get to vote on which of his ideas will be produced.