For the second year in a row, they walked away with the award “Outstanding Special Visual Effects” for “The Dance of Dragons”, the ninth episode of Season 5.
VFX Breakdown by Rodeo FX
Rodeo FX completed nearly 200 visual effects shots for the show. The studio used its expertise in animation, digital matte painting, and crowd simulation to create key sequences from scratch.
Notable VFX: The destruction of the Harpy statue atop the Meereen temple, the eerie Smoking Sea of Valyria, and the ancient city of Volantis.
Image Engine nominated for the 2015 Emmy for “Outstanding Special Visual Effects” by the Television Academy for their work on the series.
VFX Breakdown by Rhythm & Hues Studios
Rhythm & Hues Studios is an award-winning visual effects, company with over 175 credits, multiple Academy Awards, and multiple scientific technical achievement awards.
Here they show creature animation, effects, set extensions and 3D crowd duplication work.
VFX Breakdown by Mackevision
This video from Mackevision, follows the before and after of various sets including Braavos, The Sept of Baelor, and King’s Landing!
VFX Breakdown by Pixomondo
Pixomondo artists took home Outstanding Special Visual Effects honors for their work on the “Game of Thrones” season two finale, “Valar Morghulis”.
VFX Breakdown by El Ranchito
VFX Breakdown by Image Engine
Image Engine studio was nominated for the 2015 Emmy for “Outstanding Special Visual Effects” by the Television Academy for their work on the series.
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