Tag Archives: CGI

And the WiCnet Award for Best Special Effect in Season 4 goes to…

By Rowan Kaiser on

…the over-The-Wall shot from “The Watchers on the Wall”! It joins the wildfire explosion from “Blackwater” and the dragon attack from “And Now His Watch Is Ended” as winners in this category, and fits marvelously alongside those. There are two … Continue reading

The Small Council: What’s your pick for Best Special Effect in Season 4?

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In this week’s Small Council, we discuss our picks for Best Special Effect in Season 4! Cameron White: I’ve had people tell me that the scene where Dany chains up her dragons is one that made them tear up, and … Continue reading

Exclusive: “Inside HBO’s Game of Thrones: Seasons 3 & 4″ Excerpt

By Ani Bundel on

With Season 4 completed, and Seasons 5 and 6 greenlit for 2015 and 2016, it’s time for HBO to release the second book in their Inside HBO’s Game of Thrones series. The first one, which covered Seasons 1 and 2, … Continue reading

WiCnet Awards Season Two: Best CGI Scene

By Hear Me Roar on

After a few tough decisions we asked you to make in the past weeks, we now have an arguably easier challenge. This week you can vote for your favourite CGI element or scene from season two. Think carefully, cast your … Continue reading

The best CGI: part 2

By Winter Is Coming on

Following on BlueBolt’s visual effects reel going viral (almost 600,000 views already), Screen Scene has released a reel proudly displaying their own brand of CGI wizardry. Screen Scene is a Dublin-based post-production and visual effects studio. They worked in tandem … Continue reading

The best CGI …

By Fire And Blood on

… is the CGI you never even notice. In the style of HBO’s John Adams VFX video, the Game of Thrones FX wizards from BlueBolt gave us a real treat: You Tube link: “Spoiler ~ Visual Effects created by BlueBolt … Continue reading

Season two going to require more complex CGI

By Winter Is Coming on

Westeros.org has an excellent interview published with Game of Thrones VFX producer Lucy Ainsworth-Taylor of BlueBolt. She goes into detail about some of the work they did on season one and some of the challenges of doing CGI work for … Continue reading

MGoT: Hi-res stills of Westeros landscapes

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Some beautiful photos posted over at Making Game of Thrones. They are still shots of the completed CGI work on King’s Landing, Winterfell and the Wall. These babies will make for some great wallpapers. Click on each to bring up … Continue reading

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