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Ten animation developments that make How to Train Your Dragon 2 better than How to Train Your Dragon

Published on July 23, 2014, by in Animation.

When How to Train Your Dragon 2 (HTTYD2) hit the theaters last month, its realistic animation shocked & awed worldwide audience across various age groups. Stunning visual arts, powerful emotional scenes and a plethora of innovative digital technology combined to create an experience that was the result of decades of research. Here is why the technology of HTTYD 2 surpassed that of its predecessor in more ways than one. Video description: First 5 minutes of How to Train Your Dragon 2 (1)   The DreamWorks-HP partnership DreamWorks Animation partnered with its technology associate, HP, to develop the billion-color HP DreamColor Display, enabling artists to view accurate color for visual technologies such as ultra-wide color gamut and 4K input. (2)   Intel Inside The studio collaborated with Intel to create a suite of software applications called Apollo that allowed them to add greater details to their characters. (3)   From EMO to PrEMO DreamWorks

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Does budget matter in film making

Published on September 28, 2012, by in Animation.

Movies can transport viewers to distant or imaginary places, where they can be transformed by great storytelling. Whenever we watch a film, we call it a hit or a flop based on its entertainment value. But the most critical factor on which these two terms depend is the budget and the profit earned by the film.  Films can therefore be categorized into low budget or big budget flicks. Every film maker wants to show his creativity to the audience on a 70 mm screen, but the bigger objective is profits, After all, this is a business and business means getting good returns on your investment. A high budget film like Titanic, Jurassic Park, Avatar, The Avengers etc not only entertained viewers, but also generated good returns at the box office because of its story, content, star cast, etc. But some big budget films didn’t do well despite great marketing like

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