Far Cry 6 trailer by Unit Image for Ubisoft | STASH MAGAZINE

Unit Image Bridges the Uncanny Valley in Far Cry 6 Trailer

Anchored by a chilling performance from Giancarlo Esposito (Breaking Bad’s Gustavo Fring) and exceptional CG work by Unit Image in Paris, this trailer for Ubisoft’s Far Cry 6 makes the uncanny valley feel like a thing of the past. [Read more]

Brawl Stars Animation: Piper's Sugar & Spice!

Brawl Stars “Piper’s Sugar & Spice” Directed by Golden Wolf

The baking and carnage-inducing talents of Brawl Stars character Piper takes center stage in the game’s newest cinematic short, a jaunty ode to cartoon violence from the directing and animation teams at Golden Wolf and Psyop. [Read more]

Stash issue 142 Preview | STASH MAGAZINE

Preview All the Projects Included in Stash 142

Stay inspired this summer with a preview of STASH 142 – the newest issue packs another two hours of brilliant design, animation, and VFX work into The Stash Permanent Collection (plus behind the scenes features and exclusive interviews). [Read more]

Ubisoft Far Cry 6 title sequence | STASH MAGAZINE

Ubisoft “Far Cry 6” Title Sequence by Antibody

Director Patrick Clair’s portfolio of thoughtful and resonant title work continues to grow with this somber piece for the upcoming release of Ubisoft’s Far Cry 6, the latest in their open-world first-person shooter franchise. [Read more]

Watch Dogs: Legion Tipping Point Trailer | STASH MAGAZINE

Pinkman Unleashes Watch Dogs: Legion “Tipping Point” Trailer

New work by iconoclast Spanish director/animator/painter Alberto Mielgo (aka Pinkman) is always exciting news, especially when the project takes the form of a visceral, life and death chase through near-future London. [Read more]

NVIDIA "Marbles RTX" Real-time 3D Gaming Demo | STASH MAGAZINE

NVIDIA “Marbles RTX” Real-time 3D Demo

During his virtual keynote at the 2020 edition of NVIDIA’s GPU Technology Conference, CEO/founder Jensen Huang illustrated the company’s work the edge of real-time 3D with this jaw-dropper, a riveting peek at the future of moving images. [Read more]