Current Issue

  • 7-Nov-2016
    Volume 39 Issue 5: (Sept/Oct 2016)
    In this issue:

    CG Stylists create the hair-raising feature: Trolls
    Crafting a digital main character
    An epic in stop motion
    Unique CG animation
    Advances in 3D printing

Cover Story

  • Making Happy Happen
    Making Happy Happen

    The DreamWorks Animation crew fills Trolls, a colorful CG musical comedy, with good luck, charm, and optimism – and of course, trolls.

    October 17, 2016


  • Hidden Truths
    Hidden Truths

    Artists at Weta Digital create a gigantic, believable furry green character for Disney’s Pete’s Dragon.

    November 2, 2016

  • Myth In Miniature
    Myth In Miniature

    Laika ups the ante in its latest stop-motion epic, Kubo and the Two Strings, requiring new methods in 3D printing technology to support the director’s complex vision.

    November 2, 2016

  • Sliding Down The Curve And Rising To The Opportunity
    Sliding Down The Curve And Rising To The Opportunity

    3D printing has experienced a wild ride during the past several years, but now the additive manufacturing market appears headed for new growth.

    November 2, 2016

  • Special Delivery
    Special Delivery

    Sony Imageworks and Warner Bros Animation produce Storks, a CG animated feature where Looney Tunes style meets reality.

    November 2, 2016

Editor's Note

  • Editor's Note
    Editor's Note

    3D printing has evolved during the past several years, offering a creative outlet for CG artists wanting to make their digital creations tangible. Helping to push this technology further has been the ...

    November 2, 2016


  • Spotlight

    Products: Eizo’s ColorEdge CG247X monitor, Maxon’s Cinema 4D Release 18, Autodesk’s 2017 Flame Extension 1 News : GPU shipments on the decline

    November 2, 2016