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    The story so far.  

    Outstanding Models in a Feature Motion Picture
    The Avengers: Helicarrier; Rene Garcia, Bruce Holcomb, Polly Ing Aaron Wilson

     

    Outstanding Visual Effects in a Special Venue Project
    Despicable Me: Minion Mayhem; Heather Drummons, Joel Friesch, Troy Griffin, Chris Hummel

    Outstanding Virtual Cinematography in a Commercial or Broadcast Program
    ZombiU; Dominique Boidin, Léon Bérelle, Rémi Kozyra, Maxime Luère

    Outstanding Virtual Cinematography in a Live Action Feature Motion Picture
    The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey; Matt Aitken, Victor Huang, Christian Rivers, R. Christopher White

    Outstanding Created Environment in a Commercial or Broadcast Program
    Game of Thrones: Pyke; Rene Borst, Thilo Ewers, Adam Figielski, Jonas Stuckenbrock

    Outstanding Created Environment in an Animated Feature Motion Picture
    Brave: The Forest; Tim Best, Steve Pilcher; Inigo Quilez, Andrew Whittock

    Outstanding Created Environment in a Live Action Feature Motion Picture
    The Avengers: Midtown Manhattan; Richard Bluff, Barry Williams, David Meny, Andy Proctor

    Outstanding FX and Simulation Animation in a Commercial or Broadcast Program
    Guinness: Cloud; Tom Bussell, Neil Davies

    Outstanding FX and Simulation Animation in an Animated Feature Motion Picture
    Brave; Chris Chapman, Dave Hale, Michael K. O’Brien, Bill Watral

    Outstanding FX and Simulation Animation in a Live Action Feature Motion Picture
    Life of Pi: Storm of God; Harry Mukhopadhyay, David Stopford, Mark Williams, Derek Wolfe

    Outstanding Animated Character in a Commercial or Broadcast Program
    Game of Thrones: Training the Dragons; Irfan Celik, Florian Friedmann, Ingo Schachner. Chris Stenner

    Outstanding Animated Character in a Live Action Feature Motion Picture
    Life of Pi: Richard Parker; Erik De Boer, Sean Comer, Betsy Asher Hall, Kai-Hua Lan

    Outstanding Animated Character in an Animated Feature Motion Picture
    Brave: Merida; Travis Hathaway, Olivier Soares, Peter Sumanaseni, Brian Tindall

    Outstanding Visual Effects in a Student Project
    Natalis; Daniel Brkovic, David Kirchner, Jan-Marcel Kuehn, Tom Ferstl

    Outstanding Real-Time Visuals in a Video Game
    Call of Duty: Black Ops II; Jason Blundell, Barry Whitney, Colin Whitney

    Outstanding Visual Effects in a Commercial
    Nike: Biomorph; Rafael Colon; Aladino Debert; David Liu; Nicola Wiseman

    Outstanding Compositing in a Broadcast Program
    Game of Thrones: White Walker Army, Falk Boje, Esther Engel, Alexey Kuchinsky, Klaus Wuchta

    Outstanding Compositing in a Commercial
    Chevy 2012 Silverado; Dominik Bauch, Nicholas Kim, Benjamin Walsh

    Outstanding Compositing in a Feature Motion Picture
    Life of Pi: Storm of God; Ryan Clarke, Jose Fernandez, Sean Oharas, Hamish Schumacher

    Outstanding Supporting Visual Effects in a Broadcast Program
    Boardwalk Empire: Episode 308; John Bair, Parker Chehak, Paul Graff, Lesley Robson-Foster

    Outstanding Visual Effects in a Broadcast Program
    Game of Thrones: Volar Morghulis; Rainer Gombos, Steve Kullback, Sven Martin, Juri Stanossek

    Outstanding Supporting Visual Effects in a Feature Motion Picture
    The Impossible; Felix Bergés, Sandra Hermida, Pau Costa Moeller

    Outstanding Animation in an Animated Feature Motion Picture
    Brave; Mark Andrews, Steve May, Katherine Sarafian, Bill Wise 

    Outstanding Visual Effects in a Visual Effects-Driven Feature Motion Picture
    Life of Pi; Donald R. Elliott, Susan MacLeod, Guillaume Rocheron, Bill Westenhofer 

     

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    PJ Edwards
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    #89822

    Surpsed Brave beat both Wreck it Ralph and Rise of Guardians 

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    Malick
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    #89823

    Life Of Pi won

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    Junk
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    #89824

    Life of Pi’s imminent Visual Effects win is the surest bet this season.

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    Guest2014
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    Life of Pi’s imminent Visual Effects win is the surest bet this season.

    Big whoop. I guess a photorealistic freakin’ tiger trumps all of The Avengers’ wondrous VFX. Can’t even get respect from this guild, Joss and company. But they fared better than The Hobbit.

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    babypook
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    But even when your favorites win Paul, you arent happy with it. It seems, it has to be picture or director win before you are appeased, and that any of these tech wins just arent good enough.
    Small steps. It may take a while but eventually, the destination is reached. 

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    outsider
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    [quote=”kickass”]Life of Pi’s imminent Visual Effects win is the surest bet this season.

    Big whoop. I guess a photorealistic freakin’ tiger trumps all of The Avengers’ wondrous VFX. Can’t even get respect from this guild, Joss and company. But they fared better than The Hobbit. [/quote]

    The visual effects in “Life of Pi” are more than just a “photorealistic tiger” (which was amazing and elicited true emotion). The “Storm of God” scene won two awards. There was true artistry throughout the movie.

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    Robert Ericsson
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    [quote=”PaulHanlinJr”][quote=”kickass”]Life of Pi’s imminent Visual Effects win is the surest bet this season.

    Big whoop. I guess a photorealistic freakin’ tiger trumps all of The Avengers’ wondrous VFX. Can’t even get respect from this guild, Joss and company. But they fared better than The Hobbit. [/quote]

    The visual effects in “Life of Pi” are more than just a “photorealistic tiger” (which was amazing and elicited true emotion). The “Storm of God” scene won two awards. There was true artistry throughout the movie.[/quote]

    Forgive him.  Paul hasn’t seen Life of Pi yet.  That storm scene is pretty incredible.

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