Karen Moltenbrey


Karen has diverse experience in the publishing industry, both in the mainstreamand technical press, including a number of years as an editor at IDG’s Network World magazine. She has been with Computer Graphics World for eight years, writing and editing feature articles pertaining to the areas of film, television, computer gaming, digital fine art, and Web technology. A national ASBPE Gold winner, she has also received a number of Silver and Bronze Awards, and has been named a finalist for the prestigious Jesse H. Neal National Business Journalism Award a numerous times.
Authored Articles
A Stitch in Time
Published: 22-Sep-2009

In the feature film 9, CGI is used to bring a dark, post-apocalyptic world to life, while evil forces do their best to destroy its inhabitants.    
Wet 'N Wild
Published: 27-Aug-2009

A complex sim morphs realistic water into various objects.
Editor's Note
Published: 27-Aug-2009

At SIGGRAPH 2009, a number of notables in the field of computer graphics were recognized for their amazing accomplishments and contributions to the industry. Because of their work, the milestones of today and tomorrow are possible.
Dino Might
Published: 21-Aug-2009

A rare fossil holds great promise to providing definitive answers about dinosaurs
Play Ball
Published: 21-Aug-2009

Athletes pictured on baseball cards spring to animated life thanks to cutting-edge technology.
Editor's Note
Published: 21-Aug-2009

It has been nine years since New Orleans hosted SIGGRAPH, and since that time, a great deal has transpired.
Editor's Note - Gaming Market Going Strong
Published: 12-Jun-2009

Nowadays when you turn on the television or radio, all you hear about is the state of the economy, particularly how bad it is.
Out of Season
Published: 12-Jun-2009

Artists add a taste of summer to a cold, winter day.
Crash Course
Published: 12-Jun-2009

VFX Artists 'Survive' a Harrowing Crash-Landing Sequence
Editor's Note - Stereo Vision
Published: 30-Apr-2009

If you took a good look at the cover of Computer Graphics World, you may have rubbed your eyes a bit or blinked a few times to make sure your vision was in check. Your eyes are fine.
Gone to the Dogs
Published: 30-Apr-2009

Students re-create humorist James Thurber's simplistic canine drawings in 3D and set them to music.
Stereo 3D
Published: 29-Apr-2009

CGW in 3D!
Super Set
Published: 3-Apr-2009

Digital techniques help ensure a broadcast-perfect set during Super Bowl XLIII
By Karen Moltenbrey
Editors Note - A Perfect 'Fit'
Published: 2-Apr-2009

According to surveys and published articles, the number-one resolution for 2009, yet again, is to lose weight. Count me among those wishful thinkers.
Devastating Effects
Published: 1-Oct-2002

 Powerful results can materialize by blending computer animation, visual effects, miniatures, matte paintings, and live action. Using this formula, digital artists at Riot (Los Angeles) conjured up a trio of tornadoes that devastates a stretch of farmland in the season-ending episode of Smallville, which re-aired in September.

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