Computer Graphics World

Winter 2019

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w i n t e r 2 0 1 9 c g w 1 departments on the cover Editor's Note Disney has opened its vault, making available treasures from the past as well as brand-new content – from the studio as well as from Pixar, Marvel, Lucasfilm (Star Wars), and National Geographic – through its new streaming service, Disney+. Now anyone can have this amazing content anytime, anywhere. Viewpoint Bringing back 'lights, camera, action' with virtual production. Frozen in Time No More Disney animators take Elsa and Anna on another historic adventure, this time to the Enchanted Forest and Dark Sea, where Elsa encounters the water spirit, Nokk. 2 6 C O M P U T E R G R A P H I C S W O R L D CGW features 4 POSTMAGAZINE.COM See it in Post • 1917: CAMERA OPERATORS JUMP INTO THE TRENCHES FOR THE SAM MENDES DRAMA • OSCAR BUZZ: LITTLE WOMEN, FORD V FERRARI, 1917, A BEAUTIFUL DAY IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD, JOKER, TERMINATOR: DARK FATE • OUTLOOK 2020 • FILM RESTORATION Mystery Solved! The reason for continued growth in the workstation market: They are mission-critical devices. 39 36 A Race to the Finish Awards season is here, and studios are kicking things into high gear as they vie for the industry's top prizes. Spymasters Blue Sky Studios spills its creative and technical secrets while making its latest animated feature, Spies in Disguise. 28 Stamp Act SPA Studios in Madrid updates traditional methodologies to create Klaus, a unique hand-animated Christmas film. 22 Face-Lift Visual effects artists apply new technology and techniques to create younger versions of characters played by actors in leading roles. 14 Snap! Cinesite Animation resurrects The Addams Family in a new medium: CGI. 34 Visit for Web-only features and news

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