The best thing about summers is the amazing blockbuster movies that come out.  Audiences flock to cool A/C movie theatres to beat the summer heat and watch summer blockbusters, which usually have the most amazing visual effects.  I remember seeing Jurassic Park for the first time, which was released during the summer months.  The special effects were breathtaking and left me wondering how they could have possibly done that and that was in the nineties.   Since then visual effects in movies have come a long way.

In recent years, the movie to make headlines was James Cameron’s Avatar, with awe inspiring CGI visual effects.  I remember sitting in the theatre and feeling amazed as the 3D images felt like they were right next to me.   When watching these amazing movies, it will leave most people spellbound and they would have enjoyed the two hours spent watching the movie.  But a few individuals would have become completely captivated by what they saw on screen and a decision would have started forming in their hearts.  The decision to follow a certain career path can come any source, but for those interested in VFX, it might have happened while watching a movie.

Having decided to pursue a career in VDX, you have several options to choose from.  You can become a VFX artist in animations, CGI VFX, VFX artist in video games or film.  Learning to transfer your creative talent onto a digital platform and bringing it to life to create situations and characters that cannot be found in the real world.  You can have the power to transport people to imaginary worlds filled with imaginary characters in situations that only your mind can create.  To develop this skill you will need to invest your time in learning the popular software used in the field.  Your skills and expertise for VFX can be built in the class or program of your choice.  So, enroll in a VFX program and unleash your creative imagination that will stun people into silence.


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