Friday, 26 February 2016

Some amazing work done by our friend Arthur Fong on Kung Fu Panda. Arthur and Tom did an amazing workshop for us previously at CG Protege Animation School.

View more of his artwork here

ZBrush for Designers Class 4 - Student Artworks

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Zootopia | Singaporean makes his mark on major Disney Productions

Article shared from yahoo link | Singaporean makes his mark on major Disney Productions. Roger Lee, the artist is one of our course advisor. We are so proud of him. Watch the article here

Ubisoft Singapore Job Opening!

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Storyboard Course Last Call!

Last call for our Storyboard Short Courses! Learn this important pre production process from our highly trained lecturer who has worked on our favorite production such as Spongebob Squigglypants, Yogi Bear and many more. 

Enjoy the 90% MDA subsidy for media practitioners! Interest, register to

CG Protege Singapore Illustration Workshop Survey Form

Good news for you, who would love to improve your skills, learn tricks and meet your favorite artist you admire so much! We are planning to hold a Concept Art Master Seminar in 2016. 

Due to popular demand and requests, we are bringing together 5 of the best artists from around the world and YOU get to decide who we are bringing in. 

Please go to this link to vote.

Shared from facebook - Our Prime Minister is trying out VR in the US

Even our Prime Minister is trying out VR in the US

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Thursday, 25 February 2016

Our new home

For some of you who might not aware, it's been months resides in our new home at 2 Veerasamy Road #01.

Friday, 19 February 2016

An Article by Professor Akinori Nakamura

Professor Akinori Nakamura from College of Image Arts and Science (Ritsumeikan University Japan) has featured a Japanese article about our company. Read it here

The Oddbods go long via Kidscreen

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Thursday, 18 February 2016

Magic Leap

Magic Leap. (I am sure you have seen the video)

China Alibaba has invested $793.5M into it. Many people are talking about it at the market here.

So what exactly is Magic Leap. It's actually advance AR. It says below. (The concept sounds freaky to me though.)

Magic Leap is a US startup company that is working on a head-mounted virtual retinal display which superimposes 3D computer-generated imagery over real world objects, by projecting a digital light field into the user's eye. It is attempting to construct link

From observation from the market. Animation for Traditional tv, IP TV, Cables market might be affected. Audience will watch less TV. They are very sophisticated these days. Hence tv licensing fee will continue to drop further. It no longer covers even 1/2 of the production cost. In order to survive, producers need to start thinking of more innovative ideas.

It's like how cables (Cartoon Network, Disney and Nickelodeon) first came out. How it kills the Sat morning cartoon in the US.

Believe we have reached the next phase of change. That is using new technologies like 3DS, autostereo, AR, VR etc to tell story in order to engage more sophisticated audience.

Make no mistake. I am not saying that we should focus on technology (which worries me that Singapore next 10 years plan for the sector seems to focus only on technology) It's about how creative you are to monitor new trends and technologies. And apply your creativity to integrate these technologies to create an engaging product.

This is especially important for those doing degrees in the CG field. If we want to compete and move up globally. The winner will be those who can create an innovative entertaining product. Not just being a foot solider, doing low lever cg work.

Moving forward. If Singapore wants to continue to excel in this sector. We need to rethink of our strategy. It's not just about technology. But an integration of Arts and Technology to meet the business goal. Exciting times.