Showing posts from March, 2017

Rotomaker Academy Students Visits VFX Production House

Today our Rotomaker Academy VFX students visited Rotomaker studios (our own production house) Interactive VFX artists from the Rotomaker studios.Through talks with our VFX artists, we wanted to show them the process of post-production and where the each different artist fits in in that whole process.They introduced us to the VFX industry as one with great future potential for their professional development.For More Details Contact us 9100667700 or Visit Us Training In Hyderabad

Student’s Sample Works On VFX Rotoscopy

Rotomaker Academy Students Samples on VFX Rotoscopy. As like we offered different VFX Courses as VFX Rotoscopy, VFX paint, and Visual Effects with  100% JOB Guarantee in Our companies of RotomakerDigital film Restore.For More details contact us 9100667700 or visit us

Happy Holi

Best wishes to you for a Holi filled with sweet moments and memories to cherish for long.
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Kong: Skull Island actor John C. Reilly says visual effects ‘delight’ him as a viewer

Actor John C. Reilly’s castaway character in Kong: Skull Island, a scruffy long beard named Hank Marlow, brings to mind Dennis Hopper’s crazed jungle cameraman character in Apocalypse Now.
Hank also looks like how the Skipper from Gilligan’s Island might appear after the proverbial “three-hour tour” turns into decades of being lost.Such comparisons certainly apply, Reilly allows over the phone from a tour stop in London. But he suggests a left-field one he thinks is more on the money: the wily orphan girl Newt in Aliens, played by Carrie Henn, who helps Sigourney Weaver’s Ripley fight deep space invaders.“Like Newt, Hank is someone who’s been left for dead who has survived somehow and who has been driven half crazy by the experience — but who is going to survive, no matter what,” Reilly says.“Hank is also the character who gets to call out the elephant in the room (about the dangers of Skull Island). I love characters like that, those people who are apart from the rest of the group w…