There are plenty of big TV-shows going around. However there are only a few that match the size and scale of HBO’s Game of Thrones. There is a monumental amount of VFX that goes into one episode of Game of Thrones, particularly the dragons. Creating VFX is no easy job and is a time consuming process. There are a lot of schools that can train one in the arts of VFX.
One such company Prime Focus World (PFW), the creative services division of Prime Focus Limited and VFX house Double Negative (Dneg) have taken it upon them-self to create Asia’s leading ‘VFX Campus,’ complete with specifically-built classrooms and training areas. This helps us to see the growing need that the market has and the scope for Visual Design. They plan to build a new VFX facility in Mumbai. Located in Mumbai’s Film City, the new studio will be built to the same exacting standards as Dneg’s facilities in London, Vancouver and Singapore, with particular emphasis on providing one of the best working environment for artists.
PFW and DNEG have previously collaborated and worked on popular titles such as Avengers: Age of Ultron, Terminator: Genisys and Ant-Man. Upcoming projects include Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation, Insurgent, Alice in Wonderland: Through the Looking Glass, Tarzan, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and Spectre.