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CGI Continues to Improve This summer has been huge for CGI. From the new Lion King to Toy Story 4, to Spider-Man: Far from Home, the number of times we were impressed was not what we expected. Somehow, The Secret Life of Pets 2 and Pokemon Detective Pikachu even made it on the list of [...]

September 19, 2019


by: admin


Tags: 3D rendering, Project/Artist Highlight


Categories: FUSE Reviews, Movies

Our medical animation received awards from Indigo Design Award and London International Creative Contest. We’re excited to share the news that we won another award! Our submission to the international 2019 Indigo Design Award contest received a bronze award in the Computer Animation category. About the Contest The Indigo Design Award is an international design [...]
It’s time for another artist highlight. Today, we’re focusing on Associate Creative Director Ben Lodge and his evolving role at FUSE. Ben talks about developing his creative skills, memorable 3D projects, and supporting the creative team. About the Artist Ben has been working at FUSE since 2012. He started shortly after graduating from the Arts [...]
At FUSE, we're always working on something new. Whether it’s playing around with new programs, trying out techniques, or just working through a cool idea. That's what we're focusing on this week with artist Zak Katara's nature-inspired battlefield animation. He created and rendered the entire animation in Blender using an amazing new add-on. In this post, [...]
Today, we’re highlighting artist Rachel Buchen and her recent animation project. Rachel is a 3D animator who got her start in the industry right here as a FUSE intern. In this post, we’re talking about Rachel’s latest project, her background, and what it’s like to work at FUSE. About the Artist Rachel Buchen began working [...]
In this first post of our newest blog series, we're highlighting FUSE artist Zak Katara and the new FUSE logo animation. You may recognize this animation -- it's prominently displayed on our homepage. Zak worked on this while completing other projects at FUSE, so it took him about three months to finish. It also went [...]