3 Films known for remarkable Maya work

Harry potter series

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Image Source: hubstatic.com

We can never forget the amazing work of wizardry, magic and obviously Hogwarts. From the first film in the ‘Potter’ series through to this film’s final shot, MPC has relied on Maya for modeling, rigging and lighting. Andy Kind, Framestore VFX supervisor said, “Autodesk’s Maya once again was our go-to tool, enabling us to bring to life the magic of the Chamber of Secrets for Ron and Hermione’s first kiss, as well as Harry’s vision of Heaven. We couldn’t have done any of the eight films without it!” The works of 3D animation is completely incomplete without Autodesk Maya.

Rise of the planet of the apes

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Image Source: fatmovieguy

Rise of the Planet of the Apes is a 2011 American science fiction film directed by Rupert Wyatt and starring James Franco, Frieda Pinto, John Lithgow, Brian Cox, Tom Felton, David Oyelowo, and Andy Serkis. Creating such a successful animation character like Caesar couldn’t have been possible without the use of Autodesk Maya in the character formation. While working on 3D animation characters the animators have largely appreciated the features of Autodesk Maya. The film has received great appreciation for its animation techniques and for the work that is inculcated with the help of Autodesk Maya.

Kung Fu Panda series

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Image Source: flixster

This computer-animated series follows the adventures of Po, the energetic Dragon Warrior panda first introduced in the popular “Kung Fu Panda” feature film.  Kung Fu Panda even earned an academy award for its 3D animation. Either on our own or in concert with Autodesk, we can develop tools in Maya to specifically address the challenges of stereoscopic 3D. Maya gives us that intuitive flexibility, or the ability to see what we’re doing — while we’re doing it — in 3D.

These films have backed a very good name in 3D animation and the work put forward in by Autodesk Maya.


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